Oh, again, I don't get it! What is the difference between 'synes' and 'tænker'? I understand that 'tænker' is for thinking (I am so hungry, I think about food all the time!; I'm wondering if we can spend this weekend together; thoughts in general), am I right? And 'synes'? Which one I should use if I'm giving advices (I think it will be better for you if you find another job) or when I'm talking about my opinions (I think you look better in a red dress) or my beliefs and ideology (I think abortion should be legal)? This is sooooooo confusing! Please, help me!
Confusing for me also... Daniel Egeberg's anwer also not clear for me... It would be great to implement explains to each section. Without it it is hard to find out the grammar rules. Especialy for those who don't speak native english, like me. Unfortunately I have no time to search 5-10 different app/site to check, but I would like to understand and speak danish...
While synes means "thinks", it's in the meaning of having an opinion, not having a thought. That would be tænker. Synes is never synonymous with tænker.
As for synes om, it's a sort of fixed phrase where synes (godt) om means liking something and synes ikke om means not liking.
Yes, that would be the normal translation. Danish at synes om is another way to say "to like"; it is analogous to Swedish att tycka om, that is the normal way to say "to like" in that language; both of them literally mean "to have an opinion about". On the other hand, Danish at kunne lide literally means "to be able to suffer".