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    Pass / Passed

    Scenario: I just toke an exam.

    Q: Did you pass the exam?

    What do these mean?
    1. I barely pass the exam. (Fact? If this is wrong, why?)
    2. I barely passed the exam. (Past?)

    3. I study and study but I barely pass anything. (Fact? Does this makes more sense to be a fact compared to #1?)

    Thanks.
    Last edited by jack; 18-Jan-2005 at 22:31.

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