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    Default Daily conversation...but which one is correct?

    Dear All,

    Cicily again. My question is as following.

    Even to this day we don't know what happened
    (1) for sure.
    (2) some day.

    Which one is the correct ending for the sentence and why?

    By the way, when we use "some day", do we use past tense or future tense, or both are adopted?

    Thanks a lot for your kind assistance. 8)

    Best Regards,
    Cicily from Taiwan

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    Default Re: Daily conversation...but which one is correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cicily21
    Dear All,

    Cicily again. My question is as following.

    Even to this day we don't know what happened
    (1) for sure.
    (2) some day.

    Which one is the correct ending for the sentence and why?

    By the way, when we use "some day", do we use past tense or future tense, or both are adopted?

    Thanks a lot for your kind assistance. 8)

    Best Regards,
    Cicily from Taiwan
    We don't know for sure what happened.
    We don't know what happened for sure.

    some day, adv. at some unknown time in the future. :wink:

    All the best, :D

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    Default Re: Daily conversation...but which one is correct?

    We don't know for sure what happened.
    We don't know what happened for sure.

    some day, adv. at some unknown time in the future. :wink:

    All the best, :D[/quote]


    Thanks a lot!!

    Best Regards,
    Cicily

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    Default Re: Daily conversation...but which one is correct?

    You're welcome.

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