What's the difference between "thought" and "thinking"?
This is a very good question, Belly T.
A thought (as a noun) is equivalent to an idea. "Here are my thoughts on the issue of commercial taxes."
The word 'thought' (as a verb), denotes past tense. "I thought about you yesterday." "If you thought I was going to be late, you were wrong."
The word 'thinking' is the gerund of the word 'thought.' It may be used as a verb or a noun. "She's been thinking (planning) to move back to Hanoi." "My thinking (my opinion) is that George will lead the group."
So, what if we use: " My thought is that George will lead the group"? and " Here are my thinking on the issue of the commercial taxes",Ayuda?
Thanks for your help
The first sentence is good, but the second one needs a little work:
To say "Here are my . . . " indicates that the noun will be a plural, because of the word 'are'. More correctly, you might say, "Here is my thinking . . . " or "Here is my thought . . . " or "Here are my thoughts . . . . "