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    going along for the ride

    Could I say "Going along for the ride" to mean that I'm trying to keep up a conversation?

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    Re: going along for the ride

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    Could I say "Going along for the ride" to mean that I'm trying to keep up a conversation?
    No. I suppose there might conceivably be contexts in which it could be interpreted in this way. If you have found something which suggests this to you, it would be helpful if you could tell us at the start of the thread.

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