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    #1

    What's the difference?

    Dear all,

    What's the difference between the two sentences underlined below?

    Thanks in advance.

    Reform of China's financial sector has slowed.
    This might prove dangerous.
    This might be dangerous.

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    #2

    Re: What's the difference?

    Quote Originally Posted by Eartha View Post
    Dear all,

    What's the difference between the two three sentences underlined below?
    no difference to me

    Reform of China's financial sector has slowed.

    This might prove dangerous.
    This might be dangerous.
    This might prove to be dangerous.
    2006

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