"to omoimasu" meaning
The Japanese phrase "to omoimasu" is translated in English as "I think". However, "I think" in English can have two basic meanings:
1. To express doubt or uncertainty. Example: It is going to rain, I think. (It looks like rain, but I'm not sure.)
2. To express an opinion or view. Example: I think she is pretty. (In my opinion, she is pretty.)
Which of the two English uses does the phrase "to omoimasu" best correspond to?