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    adverb...

    Hello,

    I am a little confused about this sentence.

    I can't know how you are a man

    or

    I can't know how a man you are.

    Could you help me which is correct?
    Thank you...
    Last edited by eliff; 31-Aug-2011 at 13:21.

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    Re: adverb...

    Quote Originally Posted by eliff View Post
    Hello,

    I am a little confused about this sentence.

    I can't know how you are a man

    or

    I can't know how a man you are.

    Could you help me which is correct?
    Thank you...
    Neither are correct or understandable. Perhaps you mean, "I don't know what type of man you are."

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