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    need to be the case

    Please help me to understand this phrase.
    "need to be the case"
    eg.
    But such does not need to be the case

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    Re: need to be the case

    Quote Originally Posted by skeips View Post
    Please help me to understand this phrase.
    "need to be the case"
    eg.
    But such does not need to be the case
    "But such does not need to be the case" is not a whole sentence. Please give the complete sentence and context in which you saw this.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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