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    waterborne is offline Newbie
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    Post How does it mean?

    Hi, teacher,
    Anyone can tell me how should I understand the meaning of the sentense below,
    "conclusions to date" there, whether it is a noun or verb?
    Thanks a lot!

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    englishhobby is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: How does it mean?

    You haven't written your sentence. Write the whole sentence, not just two words.

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    Default Re: How does it mean?

    Weird, I just read this in a romance novel:

    Mike and Linda both thought long and hard before both considering they should, in fact, see each other in New York City. Apparently, their conclusions to date there were inevitable!

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