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  1. Answer: The first one "what you think" is wrong because in case the present indefinite tense, we use do/does before the pronoun. The correct form is "what do you think". Example: I want to go home now, what do you think?

    Answer: The first one “what you think” is wrong because in case the present indefinite tense, we use do/does before the pronoun. The correct form is “what do you think”.

    Example: I want to go home now, what do you think?

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  1. They both mean the same thing and correct. However the main difference between the two is that "what are you thinking about?" can be used when asking someone what they are thinking about a topic. It is not usually used in other contexts. The other one is "what are you thinking?". This can be used inRead more

    They both mean the same thing and correct. However the main difference between the two is that “what are you thinking about?” can be used when asking someone what they are thinking about a topic. It is not usually used in other contexts. The other one is “what are you thinking?”. This can be used in any context.

    Example: A: “What are you thinking?”B: “About what?”A: “About your exam.”B: “Oh, I’m going to fail it.”

    What are you thinking about?” or “What are you thinking of” or “What do you think of?

    The three questions above mean the same thing and are all correct. However the main difference between them is that “What are you thinking about?” can be used when asking someone what they are thinking about a topic.

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