Homework What do you (sg.) think about him?

atomicpizza

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I have to translate this single phrase using pronouns: "What do you (sg.) think about him?"


My answer:
Quid tu de eo cogitas?
 
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Quasus

Civis Illustris
Doesn't cogitare aliquid mean "to thing about something"? I think it's safer to express the idea of opinion using censes or arbitraris.
 

Matthaeus

Vemortuicida strenuus
I see nothing wrong, but putas or existimas are also viable options.
 

LCF

One of "those" people
Doesn't cogitare aliquid mean "to thing about something"? I think it's safer to express the idea of opinion using censes or arbitraris.
cogitare de to think about someone

cogitare + acc. to have someone in mind.
 

Quasus

Civis Illustris
Found an example under LTL COGITARE 1 c) δ)
Cic. 7. Att. 4. 3. Tu ipse cum Sexto scire velim quid cogites de exeundo de totaque re quid existimes.
 
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