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    think/thinking

    Which sentence is more correct?
    1. I think of her all the time.
    2. I am thinking of her all the time.
    3. I think about her all the time.
    4. I am thinking about her all the time.

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    Re: think/thinking

    They are all possible.

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    Re: think/thinking

    Does they all have the same meaning?

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    Re: think/thinking

    Quote Originally Posted by shibli.aftab View Post
    Does they all have the same meaning?
    Not exactly the same.

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