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    #1

    If there is an option on Yahoo! to buy emotions and they named it ''Shop Yahoo!"

    My dear and respected teachers,
    1: "One of its meaning is to 'cry'?" Is this sentence correct?
    2: If there is an option on Yahoo! to buy emotions and they named it ''Shop Yahoo!" is it correct? or it should be ''Yahoo! shop''?

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    Re: If there is an option on Yahoo! to buy emotions and they named it ''Shop Yahoo!"

    1 The noun should be plural and I would write 'to cry'..
    2 It's mixed up- it starts in the present the jumps to the past. As it's a name, they can use anything they like, though it sounds strange to me.

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