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- 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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