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    It goes have no else since that time.?

    This is about an earth-bound boy ghost who hasn't crossed over.
    Does "It goes have no else " make sense? It seems grammar-wise weird to me, but seems to make a meaning, Does it mean "the boy has nowhere to go"? If so, why is the structure like that?

    -ghost wisperer
    Mel- "but her 6-year-old son Kenny perished in the accident." .That's the kid I met yesterday.
    Jim-
    So sad. Why is he still here?
    Mel-
    It goes have no else since that time.


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    Re: It goes have no else since that time.?

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    This is about an earth-bound boy ghost who hasn't crossed over.
    Does "It goes have no else " make sense? It seems grammar-wise weird to me, but seems to make a meaning, Does it mean "the boy has nowhere to go"? If so, why is the structure like that?

    -ghost wisperer

    Mel- "but her 6-year-old son Kenny perished in the accident." .That's the kid I met yesterday.
    Jim-So sad. Why is he still here?
    Mel- It goes have no else since that time.


    No, that makes no sense at all.

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    Re: It goes have no else since that time.?

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    This is about an earth-bound boy ghost who hasn't crossed over.
    Does "It goes have no else " make sense? It seems grammar-wise weird to me, but seems to make a meaning, Does it mean "the boy has nowhere to go"? If so, why is the structure like that?

    -ghost wisperer
    Mel- "but her 6-year-old son Kenny perished in the accident." .That's the kid I met yesterday.
    Jim-
    So sad. Why is he still here?
    Mel-
    It goes have no else since that time.

    "It goes have no else" makes no sense at all in any context.

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