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Hi

Would all of these sound natural in everyday English?

  1. I'm sure he thinks badly of me.
  2. I'm sure he thinks poorly of me.
  3. I'm sure he thinks bad of me.
  4. I'm sure he thinks poor of me.

Thanks,

Tom

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Only the first works for me.

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Mr. Tom

Hi

Would all of these sound natural in everyday English?

  1. I'm sure he thinks badly of me.
  2. I'm sure he thinks poorly of me.
  3. I'm sure he thinks bad of me.
  4. I'm sure he thinks poor of me.

Thanks,

Tom

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CJ

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One and two work for me.

Here's a link to help with the second choice:

https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/think+poorly+of

"think poorly of" is an idiom according to the idioms dot freedictionary dot com

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