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    Babai is offline Junior Member
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    Thumbs down Do the two sentences express the same meaning

    1.''This is where i get excited''

    2.''I get excited here''
    Do the two sentences above carry the same meaning?

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    Default Re: Do the two sentences express the same meaning

    They mean the same in the contexts I can think of, such as a particular moment in a film or when a penalty shoot-out is about to start.

    A better title would have been I get excited'.

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

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