Following hot on the heels on my other question about
思う, I know
と can be used with
言う, but can it also be applied to verbs that imply some kind of thinking process other than
Do these make grammatical sense?
あそこに行くと決めた【あそこに いくと きめた】 (I decided, "I'll go over there")
あそこに行くと考えた【あそこに いくと かんがえた】 (I considered, "I'll go over there")
あそこに行くと感じた【あそこに いくと かんじた】 (I felt, "I'll go over there")
If so, are there other verbs that might take と to imply a thought process behind the action?