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  1. Newbie
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    of and about

    what are you thinking about? vs what are you thinking of?? what is the correct question? and how do you think of? vs how do you think about ? what is the correct question?? please give details

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    Re: of and about

    I am thinking about giving you a reply.
    I am thinking of giving you a reply.

    I am thinking about where to go for my holidays.
    I am thinking of all the places I might go to on holiday.

    There is no real difference; both can be used and the only difference is in how the sentence is worded.

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