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Dear Teachers,

1. Who are you thinking of / thinging about / missing?

- I'm thinking of / thinkking about Mary. I'm missing my ex-girlfriend.

- Are these natural? "think of" and "think about" are the same meaning?

2. Where are Steven and Lovely?

- They are on the way here / They are on their way to come here.

3. Get your hands out of my body / of me. From now on do not touch me, ok?

- Is this natural?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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StevenukdDear Teachers,

1. Who are you thinking of / thinging about / missing?

- I'm thinking of / thinkking about Mary. I'm missing my ex-girlfriend. Thinking about is more natural. If someone does something erroneous, you might confront them afterwards saying "What were you thinking of?!" But "what are you thinking about" is simply an inquiry. I'm not sure that "Who are you missing?" is natural in any setting unless there was a conversation leading into it.

- Are these natural? "think of" and "think about" are the same meaning?

2. Where are Steven and Lovely?

- They are on the way here / They are on their way to come here. Leave out the "to come." You can use either on the way or on their way.

3. Get your hands out of my body / of me. From now on do not touch me, ok?

- Is this natural? If your hands are in my body, you better be a surgeon and I better be on the operating table. You mean, Get your hands off me!

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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Get Your Hands Off Me

1st Verse:
365 you call me all the time
I'm picking up my line, U say I'm looking fine
Talking bout how you miss and love me
How you and me were always meant to be
Then why did you cheat on me so gradually
I don't understand how you did this to me
Asking me if I want you back
I don't really know gotta think bout that
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