would be
Would be is the present conditional tense, used to talk about things that we want to happen now. You combine would with the infinitive from of the verb, such as 'be' or 'like'
Example: I would like a coffee.
We often shorten the 'would' like this:
Example: I'd like a coffee.
Here thought is the past participle of the irregular verb think. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
more information: think
screen out
To screen out is to exclude.
Example: The test is designed to screen out applicants with psychological problems.
come up with
invent; think of; suggest
Example: We need to come up with new ideas.
For more meanings of the phrasal verb come up with, follow the link.
more information: come up with