film's good=one's good
if so, it will use "am thinking"
film's good=something is good
if so, it will use "think"
The progressive verb "am thinking" denotes a thinking process. In this case "think" is correct because it is an opinion. :wink:Quote:
Originally Posted by Firelord
its not a continious sentense thats y we cant use "am thinking" its jus a simple present tense so "i think" is more likely
yes, simple present
We can use this rule:
simple past: I + mind verb
present continuos: I am + (mind verb+ING)
Good luck :B-fly:
answer:either because our emotion is differentiate with time:-D:-D
Hi every one:-)
the answer is : think , beacuse when you say i think a move is good
here you didn't said the time but when you say i'm thinking that mean
that don't see the move yet.
I voted for "I think the film's good". But I believe it is possible to use both case due "I think" is a present simple and "I am thinking" a present progressive. So "I think" it can be undestanding as an opinion, and "I am thinking" is an extended action.
it should be mentioned that ''I am thinking'' in this case(to have an opinion) isn't very natural other than in some colloq cases as it serves as a stative verb which can't be used in continuous form.
we don't use 2 progressive sentence in one ,
I am thinking film is good--------- it's wrong:-(
I think the film is good ----------correct :up: