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    Why/How is the adjective "new" being used right here?



    The same Erdogan who remained silent after a Turkish F-4 Phantom jet was shot down a few months ago new that this time the Turkish public would demand a response.

    Why/How is the adjective "new" being used right here?




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    Re: Why/How is the adjective "new" being used right here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post


    The same Erdogan who remained silent after a Turkish F-4 Phantom jet was shot down a few months ago new that this time the Turkish public would demand a response.

    Why/How is the adjective "new" being used right here?



    It's wrong, it should be "knew".

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