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Hi, Kis,

@kis2337 posted:

a. what you think about the book

b. how you think about the book

You must be aware that (a) and (b) are noun clauses that can only occur within the framework of a longer sentence, for example:

a1. What you think about the book is none of my business (I'm not interested in knowing your opinion about the book)

b1. How you think about the book will determine how you approach it (your approach to the book will depend on the terms in which you think about it)

If you want to ask a question, then we have:

c. What do you think about the book? / Possible answer: I think it's great.

d. How do you think about the book? / Possible answer: I think of it as something I can enjoy reading / as something that can be of help at work/in my life.

Last edited by Gustavo, Co-Moderator

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