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    • Join Date: Sep 2010
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    "you can have such an experience just like what you could have..."?

    Context: In many situations, when somebody is boasting,
    Case:

    1) about Relative pronoun
    Child asked daddy, "Daddy, will it be fun?"
    Daddy answered, "Yes, You will have an amazing experience just like what/which/that you could have at Disney theme park."

    2) about Model verb
    Daddy answered, "Yes, You will have an amazing experience just like what/which/that you could/can/may have at Disney theme park."
    Are could/can/may here all correct?

    3)about Subjunctives
    Daddy answered, "Yes, You will have an amazing experience just like what/which/that you could/can/may have at Disney theme park."
    There's no need to use subjunctives here, isn't?
    Such as, "...you could have had at Disney theme park."


    • Join Date: Sep 2010
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    Re: "you can have such an experience just like what you could have..."?

    Sorry, have missed an entry,
    4) another example,

    child, " Daddy, may I do something?"
    daddy, "Yes, you can do it just like what/which/that you always do in the home."

    I really feel some frustrating at expressing such a structure...
    Last edited by student@ue; 25-Sep-2010 at 12:46.

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