Check out the exercises below using "think about".
For more about "think about", read the previous blog post, Phrasal Verb of the Week 6 - Think about
Fill in the blanks in the following conversations with the correct form of “think about”:
A: What are you plans for the summer vacation?
B: Nothing definite yet, but I'm ______ going to Rome. I've always wanted to go.
A: I love your apartment. It's so homey.
B: Thanks, but I don't really like the interior much. This is how it was when I moved in.
A: I see.
B: Yeah. I often ______ redecorating, but I never seem to find the time.
A: I know what you mean. I want to paint my apartment, too, but I'm just too busy.
A: How much do you pay for English lessons?
B: I pay quite a lot. $40 per hour.
A: Wow. That's expensive!
A: I know. I ______ changing to a different school, but I decided to stay with my current tutor. She's excellent.
A: What's up with your back?
B: My doctor says it's "non-specific back pain"
A: What does that mean?
B: It means he doesn't know what's wrong!
A: Ok. Try another doctor!
B: Yeah. I've been ______ getting a second opinion. I'll take a look online today.
A: Oh! You've got a new laptop.
B: Yeah. It's a MacBook
A: Nice. I was ______ buying one, but I decided to get something cheaper. I wouldn't use all the functions anyway. I just needed something to write papers on.
B: I do a lot of video editing so the MacBook is really useful for me.
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