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comment Ask a question about the object of a phrase
@AlanMunn you know how ambiguous tests can be + I don't know any QA site other than this
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comment Ask a question about the object of a phrase
If the question to be asked was about manners I'd say : What (manners) did your mother teach you? but that is just my interpretation for the question.
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comment Ask a question about the object of a phrase
They explicitly said to ask about me
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comment “You just can't” vs. “you can't just ”
Thank you very much.
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comment “You just can't” vs. “you can't just ”
I want to vote this up, but I don't have enough reputation. This looks like the answer to my question. Thank you.
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comment “You just can't” vs. “you can't just ”
@simchona sad and persuasive
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