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    Birne is offline Newbie
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    imposing rules

    Hello everybody

    I'd like to ask a question as I am not sure...
    Jessica has some rules that she follows. Can I say:

    1. Jessica imposes her rules on nobody.
    Is it correct? Does it mean the same as She doesn't impose her rules on anybody?

    Thank you

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    Re: imposing rules

    Quote Originally Posted by Birne View Post
    Jessica has some rules that she follows. Can I say:

    1. Jessica imposes her rules on nobody. Yes.
    Does it mean the same as She doesn't impose her rules on anybody? Yes.
    Rover

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