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    #1

    "think of" or "think about"

    Could anyone tell me the difference between "think of" and "think about"?

    example:
    -We must think of the fun of that book.

    -We must think about the fun that book.

    Thank you!

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    #2

    Re: "think of" or "think about"

    Think about = process
    What are you thinking about
    Think of = opinion, etc
    What did you think of the film?


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    #3

    Re: "think of" or "think about"

    tdol, thank you for your reply!

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    Re: "think of" or "think about"

    tdol, Thanks

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    #5

    Re: "think of" or "think about"

    You're both welcome.

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