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    #1

    Post sentence.

    is my sentence correct?

    And that's how everything went.


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    Smile Re: sentence.

    Quote Originally Posted by mamen View Post
    is my sentence correct?

    And that's how everything went.
    Yes, it's correct.


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    #3

    Re: sentence.

    Quote Originally Posted by PROESL View Post
    Yes, it's correct.

    Which is correct?

    that's= that was
    or
    that's= that is

    in the sentence that I posted


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    Re: sentence.

    Quote Originally Posted by mamen View Post
    Which is correct?

    that's= that was
    or
    that's= that is

    in the sentence that I posted
    that's - This is a contraction for "that is". There's no contraction for "that was".

    that's - We also use this as a contraction for "that has", as in "that's taken a long time".

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