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    • Join Date: Feb 2009
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    #1

    I need your advice

    Dear teachers,

    This is the last chance you get.
    This is the last chance you'll get.

    Which of the above is closer in meaning to "No more chances for you. This is it."

    Thank you


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    Re: I need your advice

    Quote Originally Posted by bouji View Post
    Dear teachers,

    This is the last chance you get.
    This is the last chance you'll get.

    Which of the above is closer in meaning to "No more chances for you. This is it."

    Thank you
    I think they both mean "No more chances for you."

    But the second one is more grammatical.

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