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2:49 AM
@EddieKal This sentence is just beauty fool. I will make a plague containing just this very sentence and gang it upon my fall.
 
 
3 hours later…
5:39 AM
Oh. Now I've gotten some sleep and that sentence does make sense
Well, still gonna get that plaque
 
6:27 AM
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9:52 AM
 
10:12 AM
I am unbale to figure this out what my instructor wanted to mean.
 
@RajorshiKoyal wow, so unnecessarily convoluted.
It's like doing integrals to teach kids sums
 
Haha
you gave me a good laugh:-)
@M.A.R. Could you decipher anything btw?
 
It's just saying that "I" + "you" = "we". "I" + "Sam" = "we" etc.
"I" is first person. "you" is second person. "he/she/they" is third person.
BBL lunch
 
11:14 AM
@M.A.R. are you in US?
 
11:29 AM
@Man_From_India Even if he stays in Iran the time is fair enough to have lunch.
 
 
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1:45 PM
@Man_From_India Can you assist me slightly with the picture that I posted
I could not really figure out what my instructor wanted to say even after asking her a couple of times.
Maybe we would require some discussion on this.
 
 
1 hour later…
3:06 PM
@Man_From_India Could you decipher anything?
 
 
6 hours later…
8:42 PM
@Man_From_India That message would have been around 1 to 3 a.m. in the US, I think. Now, I've heard a lot of things about Americans, so I wouldn't be surprised if they have lunch at 3 a.m., so I'll take your word for it
@RajorshiKoyal which part is difficult to understand? I think I explained it clearly?
In that it's an absolutely useless point to make. Literally a five-year old would know these perspectives, that "you" and "Jack" would be a "you" (pl.), or that Jack and Jill would be two people and the pronoun we use for that situation is "they"
 

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