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    Thumbs up As days go by or as days gone by

    Guys
    can anybody help me?

    what's the actually meaning of this "as day go by" or "as days gone by"

    I've looked up the meaning from lots of dictionary but I don't get it yet...

    It's urgent please help me Guys...

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    Re: As days go by or as days gone by

    Quote Originally Posted by nezmon View Post
    Guys
    can anybody help me?

    what's the actually meaning of this "as day go by" or "as days gone by"

    I've looked up the meaning from lots of dictionary but I don't get it yet...

    It's urgent please help me Guys...
    As days go by: As days keep passing. As time goes on.
    As days gone by: Incorrect construction.
    Last edited by Abstract Idea; 11-Aug-2009 at 14:48.

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    Re: As days go by or as days gone by

    Quote Originally Posted by ymnisky View Post
    As days go by: As days keep passing. As time goes on.
    As days gone by: Incorrect construction.

    Oke...
    I got it
    thanx for the help

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    Re: As days go by or as days gone by

    Quote Originally Posted by nezmon View Post
    Oke...
    I got it
    thanx for the help
    You could, however, say "As in days gone by", "The beer these days is not as good as in days gone by" for example.

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