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    #1

    I can't tell the differences between them

    1.I cheated you
    I cheated on you


    2. obviously and apparently

    3. leave out and miss out


    4. possibly and probably


    I'd just like to know the exact differences , so people who I'm talking to can understand exactly what I'm talking about.

    I appeciate it.

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    #2
    1.I cheated you - I lied to you or deceived you
    I cheated on you - I was sexually unfaithful

    obviously- clearly
    apparently - from what others say, etc, but not necessarily a fact

    possibly- it could happen
    probably- more chance

    Does that help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    1.I cheated you - I lied to you or deceived you
    I cheated on you - I was sexually unfaithful
    I didn't know that cheat on sb has this sexual connotation,I've always used it without paying attention to this. I hope the people I talked to didn't take that meaning. :wink:

    ByE!

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    #4
    Which is worse- to cheat or to cheat on? If you have said this to people you aren't in such a relationship with, I'd imagine they'd understand your real meaning.


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    #5
    it helps a lot!

    I've learned more in here from you ! You are so nice and friendly!

    thank you so much for your explanation ! :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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    #6
    Tdol is a gem.

    :wink:


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    to Ronbee

    thank you , RonBee, you helped me a lot , too ! :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
    :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink:

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    Re: to Ronbee

    You're welcome! :D

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