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Thread: Slang vs slangs

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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by lucyarliwu
    Quote Originally Posted by whl626
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Agreed.
    I wonder if ' agreed ' stands for ' it is agreed ' ? " I am agreed " doesn't look like it, right ?
    it stands for ' I agreed', what do you think? 8)

    Lucy wu in China
    It stands for "I agree." ("It is agreed" is too formal for the situation. "I am agreed" is not used. "I agreed" is past tense.)

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    That different slangs are about the same as (or at least close to) different languages is agreed between tdol and Ronbee.

    tdol agrees with Ronbee.

    :D
    I agree with that.

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