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    "who is flying that kite? I want to cut his kite.''

    Hi,

    "who is flying that kite? I want to cut his kite.''

    Does it make sense or how do native speakers say?

    Many thanks

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    Re: "who is flying that kite? I want to cut his kite.''

    Quote Originally Posted by untaught1988 View Post
    Hi,

    "who is flying that kite? I want to cut his kite its string.''

    Does it make sense or how do native speakers say?

    Many thanks
    I've no idea what context it might be used in though.

    b

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