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    Meaning Sentence

    Could you please help me understand this sentence:

    "Mobile phones are too popular all over the world.
    You're telling me. Even a grade one student has one."

    What does "You're telling me" mean in this sentence?

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    Re: Meaning Sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by Dinhtuong View Post
    Could you please help me understand this sentence:

    "Mobile phones are too popular all over the world.
    You're telling me. Even a grade one student has one."

    What does "You're telling me" mean in this sentence?
    It means I do agree with what you've just said.

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