Past Participle form
I think it's good.
She thinks the film is very good.
A: What do you think of the food?
B: I think it's great, especially the burger.
A: Should I try that?
B: You should definitely try it.
I thought she wouldn't be here.
He thought the homework was due tomorrow.
A: What did you think of the film?
B: I thought it was great. The acting was amazing.
A: I told you it was good.
B: It was a good recommendation.
I am thinking of going to Spain.
We are thinking of buying a new car.
A: What are you thinking of doing?
B: I might go to the park but I may go to the pub?
A: Which pub?
B: I'm thinking the Cheshire Cheese but I'm not sure.
I've thought of going to Spain this year.
She's thought about her jobs many times recently.
A: Have you thought of going to Italy?
B: I have but the flights are expensive.
A: What about Spain?
B: That's a good idea! I'll check it out.