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    #1

    Think of (consider) someone as adjective/being adjective

    Which one is correct?

    A-
    1) Most people think of them as coward.
    2) Most people think of them as being coward.
    3) Most people think of them as cowards.

    B-
    1) Most people consider them as coward.
    2) Most people consider them as being coward.
    3) Most people consider them as cowards.

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: Think of (consider) someone as adjective/being adjective

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan. View Post
    Which one is correct?

    A-
    1) Most people think of them as coward.
    2) Most people think of them as being coward.
    3) Most people think of them as cowards.

    B-
    1) Most people consider them as coward.
    2) Most people consider them as being coward.
    3) Most people consider them as cowards.

    Thanks.
    A 3

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