"think of" and "think about"
I would like to ask what the difference between "to think of" and "to think about" is. Thank you for your help in advance.
Re: "think of" and "think about"
Makone, I understand that there is no difference; the two are interchangeable:
Think of all the things you could buy
Think about all the things yuo could buy
What do you think about when you walk?
What do you think of when you walk?
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