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    thinking of or about

    Hi

    What is better to say:

    1) wha
    t are you thinking of at this very moment OR
    2)
    what are you thinking about at this very moment

    Thanks

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    Exclamation Re: thinking of or about

    Quote Originally Posted by medoos View Post
    Hi

    What is better to say:

    1) what are you thinking of at this very moment (‘think of’ is a phrasal verb having different applications) OR
    2) what are you thinking about at this very moment
    . ‘think about’ is common and most appropriate to use here.

    Thanks
    Skp

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