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Shizuka
19-Sep-2005, 19:47
Hello,

I'm wondering what the difference between "They know of it" and "They know about it" is?

Tdol
20-Sep-2005, 06:04
If you know of something, you have some basic knowledge, while when you know about something, you have more information. ;-)

Claire Redfield
23-Sep-2005, 14:34
They know about it .

means that we just know (they know about it) but we don't know how much they know about it .

They know something of it .

means that we know that (they know a part of it) but they don't know everything about it

:-)