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  1. #1

    It's difficult.

    I was thinking about buying new one.

    I was thinking of buying new one.



    I think that each vocabulary has a function. Is there any difference?

  2. matilda
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    #2

    Talking Re: It's difficult.

    is the seccond one correct?
    i think only the first sentence is grammatically correct

  3. #3

    Re: It's difficult.

    I'm thinking of buying a house

    The above sentence is written in the Grammar in use intermediate(CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS).


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    Re: It's difficult.

    Quote Originally Posted by lsujang View Post
    I was thinking about buying a new one.

    I was thinking of buying a new one.


    I think that each vocabulary has a function. Is there any difference?
    Hi, Isujang,

    Both are correct. I see it this way:
    I am thinking about buying a new house. - That's what I'm doing now, I'm pondering over its price, its location or my resources.
    I am thinking of buying a new house. - I've got this idea in my mind.

    Regards

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