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    Can you say "What does essentially convey in this sentence"?

    Can you say "What does "essentially" convey in this sentence"? that someone used when analyzing sentences?

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    Re: Can you say "What does essentially convey in this sentence"?

    In depends on the type of analysis- convey would give scope for opinions about the effect of the word, not just the meaning.

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    Re: Can you say "What does essentially convey in this sentence"?

    Quote Originally Posted by mray27 View Post
    Can you say "What does 'essentially' convey in this sentence?" that someone used when analyzing sentences?
    Use single and double quotes alternately.

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