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Feb
11
revised Is “catch up” used in formal language as in “We will catch up sometime”?
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Feb
11
revised Is “catch up” used in formal language as in “We will catch up sometime”?
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Feb
11
comment Is “catch up” used in formal language as in “We will catch up sometime”?
I want to put the decision of when and where to meet, to the other person.
Feb
11
asked Is “catch up” used in formal language as in “We will catch up sometime”?
Jan
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Dec
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Dec
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awarded  Nice Question
Dec
28
accepted One word for “stealing something on its way to the recipient”
Dec
28
asked One word for “stealing something on its way to the recipient”
Dec
12
accepted One word for shelter-giving
Dec
11
asked One word for shelter-giving
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Oct
20
revised “This summer” versus “last summer”
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Oct
19
comment “This summer” versus “last summer”
This makes it very clear to me.
Oct
19
accepted “This summer” versus “last summer”
Oct
19
comment “This summer” versus “last summer”
In essence you are saying: last summer is referred to summer of last year and this summer refers to summer of this year.
Oct
19
comment “This summer” versus “last summer”
thanks, this is a helpful one