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    You're not going to the beach today? Well, so what, you can go tomorrow.

    What does the sentence mean? My question is that shouldn't it be "I can" rather than "you can" in the sentence?

    Thanks a lot

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    Re: You

    You should know by now that You're not going to the beach today? would be a more relevant thread title.

    'Are you not going to the beach today? It doesn't matter, you can go tomorrow.'

    Why would you want to change you to I?



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