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This came out of a casual conversation with a friend - and now all three sound correct to us; could someone please confirm if it’s correct to say - 1. I observed this about you, or 2. I observed this in you, or 3. I observed this of you

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observe can mean "see, detect" or "say something in regard to". With of I'd take you to mean the latter, with in the former, and with about either.

  • Ahh, that means all three are correct; just different contexts? – Dee Mar 11 at 19:26
  • @Dee: Yes, that is right. – TRomano Mar 11 at 19:34

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