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    it/somethin

    -Nothing will happen.
    1-Oh, yes, something will happen.
    2-Oh, yes, it will.

    Are both sentences "1" and "2" correct in this context (is. as replies to "Nothing will happen")?

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    Re: it/somethin

    Quote Originally Posted by navi tasan View Post
    -Nothing will happen.
    1-Oh, yes, something will happen.
    2-Oh, yes, it will.

    Are both sentences "1" and "2" correct in this context (is. as replies to "Nothing will happen")?
    Yes, they are OK, I wouldn't put a comma after "Oh" in either one though.

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