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    Has it occurred to you that he could be telling the truth?

    What does the sentence actually mean? Please advise.

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    Default Re: Sentence Meaning

    If your problem is with 'occurred to', a dictionary gives the answer: occur to.

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    OK thank you and why does it say "he could be telling the truth"? I mean to say does it indicate a different meaning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by britdam007 View Post
    OK thank you and why does it say "he could be telling the truth"? I mean to say does it indicate a different meaning?
    I don't understand your problem. The words mean, "it is possible that he is telling the truth".

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    Quote Originally Posted by britdam007 View Post
    Has it occurred to you that he could be telling the truth?

    What does the sentence actually mean? Please advise.
    "Have you considered the possibility that he is telling the truth."

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    THANKS BOSS, YOU HAVE A GREAT DAY!!

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    Britdam, please note that a better thread title would have been Has it occurred to you. . ?

    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.' (Posting Guidelines)

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