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    wannaknow is offline Newbie
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    Important

    What's wrong with the spoken statement. someone please help

    'Mom. In here, you'll get everything to take care of me.'

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    Re: Important

    In and of itself, there doesn't appear to be anything wrong for a spoken sentence. Perhaps it could be wrong depending upon the context (what was said before or after this sentence was spoken) and/or what the speaker was emphasizing.

    I might change the punctuation and write it differently like this: Mom, in here you'll get everything to take care of me.

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    Debra
    Last edited by Barb_D; 13-Jul-2010 at 18:04.

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