“What do you think about?” or “What you think about?”

Which of the following is correct?

"What do you think about?"

"What you think about?"


For formal communication, you need a verb: “What do you think about autumn?” or, “What are you thinking about now?”

In informal communication, you can get by without it, but the wording would have a very slangy (if not uneducated) feel:

What you think about the new uniforms?
Love ’em – they are epic!

Incidentally, when spoken, the first line of that dialog would probably sound something like this: Whatchu think about the new uniforms?”

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