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    #1

    opinions of / opinions about

    Hi,

    ~People have different opinions of Dylan.

    Could we use "opinions about" instead of "opinions of"?

    ~People have different opinions about Dylan.

    Is this usage correct? Is there a meaning difference between both sentences?

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    #2

    Re: opinions of / opinions about

    It is correct. No difference.

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