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I need some examples of the use of the Spanish verb "pensar" , in propositions containing also other verbs ,nouns or pronouns ?

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  1. Pienso, luego existo. - I think, therefor I am.
  2. Marta piensa que su hijo es un genio. - Marta thinks his son is a genius.
  3. Raúl piensa comprarse una casa. - Raúl is thinking about buying a house.
  4. Déjame pensar el problema. - Let me think about the problem.
  5. No lo pienses tanto. - Don't think about it too much.
  6. Sandra piensa en su novio. - Sandra thinks in her boyfriend.

Samples 1. and 6. are intransitive («en su novio» is not a direct object), while samples 2, 3., 4. and 5. are transitive with object being a subordinate proposition («que su hijo es un genio»), a verb («comprarse»), a noun («el problema») and a pronoun («lo»).

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"Pienso que no deberías ir" (verb)

"Pienso en ti" (pronoun)

"Pienso en María" (noun)

As you can see, 'pensar' is constructed with 'que' or 'en'.

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Also as an adverb

"Pienso como un niño" (think as a child)

"Pienso como si estuviera borracho" (think as if i were drunk"

"Pienso al revés" (?)(meaning that you think different or totally oposed to someone)

"Pienso cada vez más" (?) (meaning that you think more over time)

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