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    Angry What is the difference between the following two statements

    What is the difference between the following two statements:

    a) "Have you got a sister?"
    b) "Have you got a light?"


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    Re: What is the difference between the following two statements

    Quote Originally Posted by tp1 View Post
    What is the difference between the following two statements:

    a) "Have you got a sister?"
    b) "Have you got a light?"

    Nothing, except one is asking about your family and the other is seeking the use of a match/cigarette lighter.

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