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    hey!

    I have a problem could you please tell me which is the difference between those two questions? one is who gave you this and the other one is who did you give this? does they mean the same thing?

    please respond me as soos as you can

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    Quote Originally Posted by hei it is me View Post
    hey!

    I have a problem could you please tell me which is the difference between those two questions? one is who gave you this and the other one is who did you give this? does they mean the same thing?

    please respond me as soos as you can
    If I understand your question, you are asking the difference between:
    1. Who gave you this? and
    2. Who did you give this to?

    1. means: Someone gave this to you. Who?
    2. means: You gave this to someone. To whom?

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