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Want to think in Japanese đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”

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want to think おもいたい
How to say “want to think” in Japanese? “おもいたい”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “おもいたい” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on want to think in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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– Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– "æ€ă†" (おもう, omou) means "to think". The addition of "たい" (tai) expresses a desire or want.
– Imagine saying "I want to think" as "I am eager to imagine or recall things" and connect it with "omou" + "tai".

– Explanations:
– "おもいたい" (omoitai) is the combination of "æ€ă†" (omou) which means "to think", and "たい" (tai) which is a suffix used to express a desire or want. So, "おもいたい" translates to "want to think".

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– ă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚ąă‚’æ€ă„ă€ăăŸă„ (aidea o omoitsukitai) – "want to come up with an idea".

– Infinitive Conjugations and Examples:
– Present: おもいたい (omotitai) – I want to think
– Example: ç§ăŻăăźă“ăšă«ă€ă„ăŠăŠă‚‚ă„ăŸă„ă€‚ (Watashi wa sono koto ni tsuite omoitai.) – I want to think about that.

– Past: おもいたかった (omotitakatta) – I wanted to think
– Example: æ˜šæ—„ăŻăă‚Œă«ă€ă„ăŠăŠă‚‚ă„ăŸă‹ăŁăŸă€‚ (Kinou wa sore ni tsuite omoitakatta.) – I wanted to think about it yesterday.

– Negative: おもいたくăȘい (omotitakunai) – I do not want to think
– Example: ăăźć•éĄŒă«ă€ă„ăŠăŠă‚‚ă„ăŸăăȘい。 (Sono mondai ni tsuite omoitakunai.) – I do not want to think about that problem.

– Past Negative: おもいたくăȘかった (omotitakunakatta) – I did not want to think
– Example: æ˜šæ—„ăŻăăźă“ăšă«ă€ă„ăŠăŠă‚‚ă„ăŸăăȘかった。 (Kinou wa sono koto ni tsuite omoitakunakatta.) – I did not want to think about it yesterday.

– Future: おもいたいだろう (omotitaidarou) or ăŠă‚‚ă„ăŸă„ăšæ€ă† (omotitai to omou) – I will probably want to think
– Example: ć°†æ„ă€ăăźă“ăšă«ă€ă„ăŠăŠă‚‚ă„ăŸă„ă ă‚ă†ă€‚ (Shourai, sono koto ni tsuite omotitaidarou.) – In the future, I will probably want to think about that.

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