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    Smile It's concluding an agreement.

    It's concluding an agreement.



    Does the above sentence make sense to you if it's a stand-alone sample?
    If yes, what does it mean? Thanks.


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    Re: It's concluding an agreement.

    Quote Originally Posted by angliholic View Post
    It's concluding an agreement.

    Does the above sentence make sense to you if it's a stand-alone sample?
    If yes, what does it mean? Thanks.
    Are you just making this up or taking the sentence from somewhere? "It's" means nothing standing alone like this.

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    Re: It's concluding an agreement.

    Thanks, Naamplao, for your reply.
    It's one of the four possible choices of a multiple-choice question.
    All I want to know is whether it makes or not. Now I get it.
    Thank you.

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