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    Default John is not be totally alone in his thinking.

    I have just seen this sentence in a newspaper.
    John is not be totally alone in his thinking.
    I think the sentence is wrong, "be" should be omitted.
    What do you think?
    Thanks for help!

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    Default Re: John is not be totally alone in his thinking.

    Quote Originally Posted by anhnha View Post
    I have just seen this sentence in a newspaper.
    John is not be totally alone in his thinking.
    I think the sentence is wrong, "be" should be omitted.
    What do you think?
    Thanks for help!
    You are right, "be" is wrong.

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