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    I was just thinking about/of you

    You are thinking about (of?) your friend, like "I haven't seen her a while. I wonder if she is fine."
    Then she calls you.
    You would say:

    1. I was just thinking about you.
    2. I was just thinkig of you.

    Which is correct?
    If both are correct, is there any difference in meaning?

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    Re: I was just thinking about/of you

    Quote Originally Posted by herbivorie View Post
    You are thinking about (of?) your friend, like "I haven't seen her a while. I wonder if she is fine."
    Then she calls you.
    You would say:

    1. I was just thinking about you.
    2. I was just thinkig of you.

    Which is correct?
    If both are correct, is there any difference in meaning?
    Both are correct. There is no difference in meaning.

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