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    #1

    explain it

    which one is correct? i know just what he wants or i know what he want just.

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    Re: explain it

    Quote Originally Posted by indranil View Post
    Which one is correct? "I know just what he wants" or "I know what he want just"?
    Hi, indranil,

    "I know just what he wants".

    As I already pointed out in another of your posts' reply:

    You should get used to capitalize I (1st person singular pronoun) every time you use it, as well as any word starting a sentence.

    Please note that you must not leave a space between words and question (or exclamation) marks. Besides, it is a good idea to include the sentences in question between inverted commas (or any other way that clearly marks their beginning or end) to make them clearer for the reader.

    Greetings,

    Charliedeut

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    Re: explain it

    Quote Originally Posted by indranil View Post
    which one is correct? i know just what he wants or i know what he want just.
    ♥♦♣♠ NOT A TEACHER ♥♦♣♠

    I've got an impression that you were trying to say this:
    I just know what he wants.

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    Re: explain it

    Quote Originally Posted by engee30 View Post
    ♥♦♣♠ NOT A TEACHER ♥♦♣♠

    I've got an impression that you were trying to say this:
    I just know what he wants.
    It's also a correct sentence, but without context we can't say whether that's what the OP needs. That's why the second posts of so many threads contain words like, "Could you please provide the context?" It would indeed be helpful if indranil would do that.

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    Thumbs up Re: explain it

    Quote Originally Posted by birdeen's call View Post
    It's also a correct sentence, but without context we can't say whether that's what the OP needs. That's why the second posts of so many threads contain words like, "Could you please provide the context?" It would indeed be helpful if indranil would do that.

    That's true - we need the context to know what the asker exactly wanted to say.

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