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    adel87 is offline Member
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    Smile difficult sentence

    dear in these sentences

    Now, I'm telling the computer|to build a simulation model.
    {25816}{25895}We should see if the energy|signatures are the same or not.
    {26229}{26266}Heh, It matches up
    what is the difference between it match and it match up
    }What were you doing up there?
    what is the difference between doing up and doing

    All right, people!|I need buses up here!

    what is the difference between need up and need
    thank you

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    Daryl.L is offline Junior Member
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    Re: difficult sentence

    Here is my two cents

    "match up" - you can use this word to describe the appearance of two objects. "They match up." means these two things look alike.

    "doing up there" - I can use this in a sentence. "Hey Jack! What is your brother doing up there?" "He is playing video games on second floor." I use this word when I want to know what people are doing above where I am.

    "I need buses" - It means you want buses very much.
    "I need buses up here" - It means you want buses right in front of you.

    I hope it helps.

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