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We think in Spanish 🇪🇸


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we think pensamos
How to say “we think” in Spanish? “Pensamos”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “pensamos” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on we think in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Pronunciation

Normal speech: pen-SA-mos
IPA: /pɛn.’sa.mos/

7 months ago

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Tips to remember the word “pensamos”:
– You can think of it as a combination of the root “pens-” (which is reminiscent of “pensive” in English, meaning thoughtful) and “-amos,” a common Spanish ending for “we” in verb conjugations.
– Another way to remember it is by associating the word “pensamos” with “pens,” imagining a group of people (“we”) holding pens because they are all thinking about what to write.

Explanations:
– “Pensamos” is the first-person plural (we) form of the verb “pensar” in the present indicative tense. “Pensar” means “to think.” So “pensamos” translates as “we think.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Creemos” (from “creer” – to believe), which can sometimes be equivalent to “we think” in the sense of “we believe.”
– “Suponemos” (from “suponer” – to suppose), which can be used similarly to “we think” as in “we suppose.”
– “Consideramos” (from “considerar” – to consider), when expressing thought as a consideration.

Different conjugations of “pensar”:
– Infinitive: pensar (to think)
– Present Indicative: yo pienso, tú piensas, él/ella piensa, nosotros/nosotras pensamos, vosotros/vosotras pensáis, ellos/ellas piensan
– Preterite: yo pensé, tú pensaste, él/ella pensó, nosotros/nosotras pensamos, vosotros/vosotras pensasteis, ellos/ellas pensaron
– Imperfect: yo pensaba, tú pensabas, él/ella pensaba, nosotros/nosotras pensábamos, vosotros/vosotras pensabais, ellos/ellas pensaban
– Future: yo pensaré, tú pensarás, él/ella pensará, nosotros/nosotras pensaremos, vosotros/vosotras pensaréis, ellos/ellas pensarán
– Present subjunctive: que yo piense, que tú pienses, que él/ella piense, que nosotros/nosotras pensemos, que vosotros/vosotras penséis, que ellos/ellas piensen
– Imperative: piensa (tú), piense (usted), pensemos (nosotros/nosotras), pensad (vosotros/vosotras), piensen (ustedes)

Examples of sentences that use “pensamos”:
– Pensamos ir al cine esta noche. (We are thinking of going to the movies tonight.)
– ¿Qué pensamos sobre la nueva propuesta? (What do we think about the new proposal?)
– Pensamos que es una buena idea. (We think it is a good idea.)
– Nunca pensamos que sería tan difícil. (We never thought it would be so hard.)
– Pensamos mucho antes de tomar esta decisión. (We thought a lot before making this decision.)

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