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    Smasher Guest

    Re: In the long run ???

    Quote Originally Posted by Natalie27
    It means in the end/in the final result instaed.

    A few examples:

    -"I hate wearing braces! They make me look so ugly!"
    - Not really. They might be a little uncomfortable in the beginning but in the long run it is really worth it. Your teeth will look great!"

    one more example:

    -You spend too much time on the computer playing games instead of studying!
    -Yeah, but in the long run I always come up with straight A's!
    Thanks Natalie, but one thing i didn't get that A'S ???
    Last edited by Smasher; 29-Nov-2004 at 15:43.

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