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と思(おも)う ⇒ 思(おも)う
Think (that)

関西弁

Structure
Phrase + 思う
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Similar to standard Japanese, 関西弁(かんさいべん) regularly omits particles when they are not needed. A common example of this is 思(おも)う being used instead of と思(おも)う, to convey that the speaker ‘thinks’ something.
In the case of nouns and な-Adjectives, which would usually require だ before と思(おも)う, や will be used instead.
  • あの人(ひと)ことから明日(あした)雨(あめ)降(ふ)って釣(つ)り行(い)く思(おも)う
    As for him, I think he will go fishing even if it rains tomorrow.
  • あそこお好(この)み焼(や)き屋(や)一番(いちばん)美味(おい)しい思(おも)う
    I think the okonomiyaki place over there is the best.
  • 大阪人(おおさかじん)基本的(きほんてき)親切(しんせつ)思(おも)う
    I think people from Osaka are generally friendly.
  • それエミコ教科書(きょうかしょ)思(おも)う
    I think that is Emiko's textbook.
It should be noted, however, that this omission of と is primarily used when people are speaking quickly.
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この中(なか)で一番(いちばん)好(す)きな 食(た)べ物(もの)は何(なに)と思(おも)う
この中(なか)で一番(いちばん)好(す)きな 食(た)べ物(もの)は何(なに)や思(おも)う
Out of these, which do you think is my favorite food?
このパンよりそのパンの方(ほう)が美味(おい)しいと思(おも)う
このパンよりそのパンの方(ほう)が美味(おい)しい思(おも)う
I think that bread is more delicious than this bread.
綺麗(きれい)だったと思(おも)う
綺麗(きれい)やった思(おも)う
I think it's beautiful.
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