JLPT N4 Grammar (to omou)


to think…; I think…; you think…

How to use

Noun + だ
な-adjective + だ
to omou と思う とおもう jlpt n4 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【とおもう】(to omou). Meaning: to think…; I think…; you think…

This can be used to describe your own thoughts or someone else’s thoughts.

It can also be conjugated like a regular verb

  • と思います (to omoimasu) more formal
  • と思っている (to omotteiru) I am thinking..
  • と思わない (to omowanai) don’t you think?
  • etc..

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Example #1

kirei da to omowanai?
Don't you think it's beautiful?
Example #2

sore wa kanari muzukashii da to omoimasu.
I think that is extremely difficult.
Example #3

kyou wa gogo kara ame ga furu to omoimasu.
I think it will rain today from the afternoon.
Example #4

kono mondai, tesuto ni deru to omoimasu ka.
Do you think this problem will be on the test?
Example #5

nihon ni ryuugaku shiyou to omotte imasu.
I'm thinking to go study abroad in Japan.
Example #6

shigoto o tsuzukeru no wa muri da to omou.
I don't think I can continue on with this job.
Example #7

amerika de wa, nani ga ichiban ninki no aru supootsu da to omou?
What do you think is the most popular sport in the USA?
Example #8

kondo no yasumi ni umi e ikou to omotte imasu.
I'm thinking to go to the beach during my next holiday.
Example #9

kare wa sukoshi kibishii kata da to omowanai kai?
Don't you think he's a little strict?

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