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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closed as too broad by Alexis Pigeon, c.p., Albertus, Ricardo, Emilio Gort Jan 18 '14 at 13:59
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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»).
"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'.
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)