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    wowenglish1 is offline Senior Member
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    Default sense/enough

    I would like to know the meaning of the next two sentences.
    1. I just don't have a sense of urgency where school is involved.
    2. I hope that's urgent enough for you!



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    Default Re: sense/enough

    1. He's not in any hurry to get to school.

    2. After his mom made him eat more quickly he pretended that his food nearly choked him to make her feel guilty.

    It's not a very funny cartoon.


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