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    difference

    what's the difference between think about it and think over it ?

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    Re: difference

    Quote Originally Posted by Roselin View Post
    what's the difference between think about it and think it over ?
    over adv,
    think it over:to consider it carefully before making a decision.
    about prep

    not a teacher

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    Re: difference

    Quote Originally Posted by norwolf View Post
    over adv,
    think it over:to consider it carefully before making a decision.
    about prep

    not a teacher
    thanks for clearing the doubts!! but both have the same meaning.....havent they?

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    Re: difference

    Here's what I think:

    think about it (thinking about a situation in a general way)

    think it over (come to a conclusion or decision)

    Are you coming to the party?

    I'm thinking about it (generally)

    I'm thinking it over (whether to come or not)

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    Re: difference

    Quote Originally Posted by susiedqq View Post
    Here's what I think:

    think about it (thinking about a situation in a general way)

    think it over (come to a conclusion or decision)

    Are you coming to the party?

    I'm thinking about it (generally)

    I'm thinking it over (whether to come or not)
    Thanks a lot for giving your opinion! It's been helpful : )

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