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    wowenglish1 is offline Senior Member
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    Default It's as if you're testing me.

    Is there any difference in the meaning between 3 sentences.
    1. It's as if you're testing me.
    2. It seems as if you're testing.
    3. It seems that you're testing me.

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    Default Re: It's as if you're testing me.

    Not really.
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