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How do I express what I think?

You need to use the neutral form and to add at the end of your sentence  と思う - とおもう

eg. 明日雨が降ると思う

Neutral form means that when using

- a noun, you need to add だ at the end of the noun eg. それがバッグだと思う

- an adjective, you use the normal form for い-adj eg. かわいいと思う; and add だ for な-adj eg. 簡単だと思う

- a verb, you use the dictionary form

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