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    Question be it

    What does this mean?
    Be it!
    I don't find it any book of grammar,idiom and phrasal verb.Is it correct? I've heard it somewhere.

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    Re: be it

    [QUOTE=payal desai;718962]What does this mean? Be it!/QUOTE]
    You possibly heard, 'so be it', used when we accept something that cannot be changed.

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    Re: be it

    Quote Originally Posted by payal desai View Post
    What does this mean?
    Be it!
    I don't find it any book of grammar,idiom and phrasal verb.Is it correct? I've heard it somewhere.
    I am not a teacher.

    Fivejedjon is usually right.

    Your "Be it!" is a complete imperative sentence of simple grammar. It commands you to be something. It is an unexceptionable response to a sentence like, "I want to be happy."

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    Re: be it

    Quote Originally Posted by Coolfootluke View Post
    Fivejedjon is usually right.
    Famous last words.

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