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    would you please help me identify the specific contexts for the following two sentences,which convey similar meanings?
    1.I really miss being with my high school friends.
    2.I really miss not being with my high school friends.

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    Default Re: different contexts for these two sentences

    Quote Originally Posted by Grace-Ellen View Post
    would you please help me identify the specific contexts for the following two sentences,which convey similar meanings?
    1.I really miss being with my high school friends.
    2.I really miss not being with my high school friends.
    Says who? Only one makes sense.

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