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    #1

    think of and think about

    - I'm thinking of opening up a new activity.
    - She was thinking about getting hair extensions.
    - We thought of dropping in on our grandpa's.
    - I am thinking about getting away for a while on vacation.

    Are these sentences possible in a good English?
    I have doubts about which prepositions after the verb "to think"? Are OF and ABOUT always possible? If they are not, when should I use OF and when ABOUT?
    Thanks so much.

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    #2

    Re: think of and think about

    Enter your excellent thread title into the Google Custom Search box at the top of the page and read earlier threads on this topic.

    Ask again if they don't help.

    Rover

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