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    #1

    I don't like you, that's that.

    Hi teachers,

    I don't like you, that's it. Correct?
    I don't like you, that's that. Correct? If both are correct, any difference?

    Many thanks.

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    #2

    Re: I don't like you, that's that.

    'I don't like you. That's it.'

    'I don't like you. That's that.'

    They are now both correct and there's no difference.

    Rover

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