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    GUEST2008 is offline Key Member
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    go after/behind

    Hi

    I'll go after you/I'll go behind you.

    --- Do they mean the same thing?

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    Re: go after/behind

    Hi, I am not a teacher, thats only my opinion.


    Go after you means that the person will follow the other one, wherever he may go.
    It may also mean that other will go/leave after the first one leaves.


    Go behind, or rather walk behind, means that he will be walking at the back of the other person.


    A teacher would surely help you in a better way.

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