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    #1

    point of view - "about sth" or "on sth"

    If I want to ask someone about his/her opinion about some events or values, should it be more:
    "What's your point of view about friendship/war in Iraq?"
    or rather
    "What's your point of view on current government/generation gap?"

    Or maybe I am wrong in both cases and it should be sth completely different?
    Last edited by oboeteru; 17-Feb-2011 at 21:37.

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    Re: point of view - "about sth" or "on sth"

    Either.


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