inclination 意向

December 19, 2014 =========
☆ inclination 意向
Today’s word, “inclination” describes a feeling that makes you want to act in a particular way. For example, “he quit his job to follow his artistic inclinations” meaning that he had a feeling that he should be an artist rather than work at a company, so he quit his job to follow this dream.
Often, though, today’s word is used with “no”, as in having “no inclination” to do something. Here are some examples:
He had neither the time nor the inclination to go Christmas present shopping!
She showed no inclination of leaving…
My first inclination was to decline to stay for dinner
She felt no inclination to continue her work after the meeting.
Can you use “inclination” in a sentence?