What is other common phrases for "I value "something""?

"Something" can refer to anything.

For example, one can be I appreciate your effort.

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    to prize something, to appreciate, to love, to esteem, to evaluate ... depends all on context – Hector von Mar 14 '17 at 1:02
  • Hi Victor. You may want to take a look at the "Details, please" thread on meta. I notice that many of your questions haven't been well received, and I think if you added more explanation of why you're asking and what you've done to try to answer the question yourself, you might see a few more up-votes. – ColleenV Mar 14 '17 at 2:53

There are many phrases that we can use with "I value", but it is not possible to state how common each one is. Some examples:

  • I value life
  • I value the quality of life
  • I value our friendship
  • I value the time we spent together

As mentioned by Hector, the meaning of each of these places importance and/or appreciation on the object being discussed.

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