The word omou (思う) means to think. This verb is used for your thoughts, feelings and opinions. The verb kangaeru (考える) also means to think or to conceder, except it refers to the action of thinking.

   What do you think of her = kanojo o dou omoimasu ka
   (彼女をどう思いますか)

   This book is good I think = kono hon wa ii to omou
   (この本はいいと思う)

   I am thinking about my family = kazoku no koto wo kangaeteru
   (家族のことを考えてる)


   Very often you will see the verb omou used after the particle to. When you use this it means that one is expressing their thoughts about something, or that they are unsure about something.

   Kim eats apples I think = kimusan wa ringo o taberu to omou
   (キムさんはりんごを食べると思う)

   Tomorrow will rain I think = ashita wa ame ga furu to omou
   (明日は雨が降ると思う)

   Takashi is cute I think = takashikun wa kawaii to omoimasu
   (たかしくんはかわいいと思う)


   You can also use this verb in different forms of verbs and with different verb tences.

   I thought it would snow today = kyou yuki ga furu to omoimashita
   (今日雪が降ると思いました)

   I don't think the kid wants to go shopping = kodomo wa kaimono ni ikitai to omoimasen (子どもは買い物に行きたいと思いません)