Japanese と思います／と思う grammar toomoimasu/ toomou
Let’s learn Japanese と思います／と思う grammar toomoimasu/ toomou :
JLPT level : N5
Vる/た + と思う
Meaning and how to use :
Describe the meaning “think that…/ consider that…”. Express the subjective opinion about something.
Kono ten no shouhin ha chotto takai to omoi masu.
I think the things in this store are expensive.
shimatta, kyou ha nichiyoubi desu ga, getsuyoubi da to omoi masu.
Oops, today is Sunday, yet I think it’s Monday
kanojo ga kono aoi denwa o kau to omou ga, jijitsu ha sono akai no o katta.
I think she must have bought this blue phone, but she bought the red one.
ashita no tenki ha samui to omoi masu.
I think the weather will be cold tomorrow.
uta o utau koto ga jouzu da to omoi masu.
I think I’m good at singing.
Note: If “思う” and “思います” are at the end of the sentence, the subject is always in the first-person , it’s “思っています” if we want to use 3rd person
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