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    what's the difference between the two sentences?:
    I need help
    i do need help
    thanks in advance !

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    Quote Originally Posted by mekman View Post
    what's the difference between the two sentences?:
    I need help
    i do need help
    thanks in advance !
    In that use, "do" is an intensive verb. It emphasizes that help is really needed. Normally, the sentence stress will be on the word "do".

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