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    #1

    Smile time of being classmates

    Please check out the following sentences.

    (1) Can you believe that our time of being classmates just seemed to fly past?

    (2) How time flies!

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    Re: time of being classmates

    (1) Can you believe that our time as classmates just seemed to fly by?

    (2) How time flies! OK

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    Re: time of being classmates

    Something like 'Isn't it amazing how out time as classmates...' would sound a more natural question to me, though Can you believe is correct.

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