"think of" and "think about"


What is the difference between "of" and "about" when they connect to "think" in the following examples?


(1) can you think of something interest you?

(2) can you think about something interest you?

asked Sep 07 '11 at 07:30 CF LOK Contributor

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Think of means more to remember or bring to mind.   Think about meams to consider or form an opinion.

link comment answered Sep 09 '11 at 23:30 InfoBlogger New member

my answer is : think about , correct ?

link comment answered Sep 09 '11 at 14:21 corries New member

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