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    wanted to be sure of you

    Hi,

    I am not sure what exactly the following sentence means?

    I just wanted to be sure of you.

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    MG.

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    Re: wanted to be sure of you

    Quote Originally Posted by musicgold View Post
    Hi,

    I am not sure what exactly the following sentence means?

    I just wanted to be sure of you.

    Thanks,

    MG.
    Hi musicgold
    To be sure of somebody - to trust somebody; to know that someone will always be there for you.
    You are my friend I can rely on.
    If the sentence is from 'Winnie the Pooh' by A. A. Milne,
    Piglet wanted to know whether Pooh would leave her or something else.
    The above opinion is only my personal supposition. I wanted to be sure if you took my advice.
    Regards.
    S.M.
    Last edited by stanislaw.masny; 27-May-2010 at 23:19.

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