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"Think" is an intransitive verb which is often translated as "pensar", and "personally" is an adverb which is often translated as "personalmente". Learn more about the difference between "think" and "personally" below.
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
1. (to ponder)
a. pensar
I spoke without thinking.Hablé sin pensar.
b. reflexionar
Give us some time to think about it.Danos tiempo para reflexionar sobre ello.
2. (to imagine)
a. imaginarse
I don't want to think of what may have happened.No quiero ni imaginarme lo que podría haber pasado.
3. (to plan; used with "of" or "about")
a. pensar en
Are you thinking of quitting your job?¿Estás pensando en dejar tu trabajo?
4. (to come up with; used with "of")
a. ocurrirse
Can you think of a better solution?¿Se te ocurre alguna solución mejor?
5. (to remember; used with "of" or "about")
a. acordarse de
We've been thinking of you a lot.Nos hemos acordado mucho de ti.
b. recordar
I can't think of how many cases he solved in the past.No recuerdo la cantidad de casos que ha resuelto en el pasado.
6. (to gather)
a. creer
That's the only thing that's going to change, I think.Eso es lo único que va a cambiar, creo yo.
7. (to have an opinion; often used with "of" and "about")
a. pensar
Tell me what you think about the issue.Dime qué piensas tú del asunto.
b. tener una opinión
We think highly of her.Tenemos muy buena opinión de ella.
8. (to take into consideration; used with "of")
a. tener en cuenta
You never think of other people's feelings.Nunca tienes en cuenta los sentimientos de los demás.
b. pensar
Before buying a car, you must think of the expense it entails.Antes de comprar un coche, debes pensar en los gastos que acarrea.
9. (to select; used with "of")
a. pensar
Think of a number and a color.Piensa en un número y un color.
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
10. (to ponder)
a. pensar
Think what the chances are of that happening.Piensa en la probabilidad de que eso ocurra.
11. (to imagine)
a. imaginarse
Think how different things would be if you had never met him.Imagínate lo diferente que serían las cosas si nunca lo hubieras conocido.
12. (to occur to)
a. ocurrirse
I didn't think to bring some water.No se me ocurrió traer agua.
13. (to remember)
a. acordarse
I'm trying to think what I ate yesterday.Estoy intentado acordarme de lo que comí ayer.
14. (to gather)
a. creer
Is he coming to the party? - I think so.¿Va a venir a la fiesta? - Creo que sí.
15. (to believe)
a. creer
I have to do what I think is in the best interest of my children.Tengo que hacer lo que creo que le conviene más a mis hijos.
b. parecer
I don't think it's a very good idea.No me parece que sea muy buena idea.
16. (to expect)
a. pensar
I thought we'd meet again.Pensaba que volveríamos a vernos.
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
17. (consideration)
a. reflexionar
After having a bit of a think, he decided to move on.Tras reflexionarlo un poco, decidió seguir adelante.
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An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
1. (individually)
a. personalmente
The letter was addressed personally to me.La carta iba dirigida a mí personalmente.
2. (in person)
a. personalmente
I'm not personally acquainted with him, but I've heard a lot about him.No lo conozco personalmente, pero me han hablado mucho de él.
b. en persona
The president intervened personally to get her freed from prison.El presidente intercedió en persona para que la liberaran.
3. (in my opinion)
a. personalmente
Personally, I think he should resign his post.Personalmente, creo que debería dimitir de su cargo.
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