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Tom Even
"Are you thinking on/about the coin?" Let's imagine that I ask someone to choose in his mind one object ( there are 3 on the table) later I ask him: ------------------ "Are you thinking on the coin?" OR "Are you thinking about the coin?" Which one do I need to use?
Sep 28, 2012 9:20 PM
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Thinking on the coin, or thinking upon the coin are both correct, but you would almost never hear them. Usually if you think on something, it is abstract. "Are you thinking about the coin." is both correct and what is always used. It is immediate and concrete.
September 28, 2012
Tom Even
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