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thought (polite) おもいました
How to say “thought (polite)” in Japanese? “おもいました”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “おもいました” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on thought (polite) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– "おもいました" (omoimaa) is derived from the verb 思う (おもう, omou), meaning "to think".
– You can associate "おも" (omo) with "thinking about 'omo'ments in time".
– The past tense polite form "おもいました" sounds like "Oh, more I-ma-sta", indicating something you've thought about.

– "おもいました" (omoimaa) is the past tense, polite form of the verb 思う (おもう, omou), which means "to think".
– In Japanese, verbs are conjugated to reflect tense (past, present, future) and politeness.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 考えました (かんがえました, kangaemaa) – Thought (considered, reflected).
– 思った (おもった, omotta) – Thought (plain past tense form).

Different conjugations:
– Infinitive: 思う (おもう, omou) – To think
– Present (plain): 思う (おもう, omou) – (I) think
– Present (polite): 思います (おもいます, omoimasu) – (I) think
– Past (plain): 思った (おもった, omotta) – Thought
– Past (polite): 思いました (おもいました, omoimaa) – Thought
– Future (plain and polite): Japanese often uses the present tense for future intentions, so 思う (おもう, omou) and 思います (おもいます, omoimasu) can also mean "will think".

Examples of sentences:
– 彼のことを考えて、おもいました。 (かれのことをかんがえて、おもいました。 Kare no koto o kangaete, omoimaa.) – I thought about him.
– 日本に行きたいとおもいました。 (にほんにいきたいとおもいました。 Nihon ni ikitai to omoimaa.) – I thought that I want to go to Japan.
– この映画はとても面白いと思いました。 (このえいがはとてもおもしろいとおもいました。 Kono eiga wa totemo omoshiroi to omoimaa.) – I thought this movie was very interesting.

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