Don't you think (something)?

Use this question to ask for agreement from a listener. People use this expression when:

  • they're making a suggestion carefully:

    Don't you think you should ask someone for help?

  • they want the listeners to feel included in the statement

    Don't you think he's lost a little weight?

  • they want the listener to admit that something is true:

    Don't you think you're too old for that?

This phrase appears in these lessons: