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    plz answer my question3

    hello:
    what is difference between time is up and time is over?do they have same meaning?
    and what is the meaning of come over?it means come to my house?
    thank u?

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    Re: plz answer my question3

    Quote Originally Posted by sahel4 View Post
    what is the difference between 'time is up' and 'time is over'? do they have same meaning? and what is the meaning of 'come over'? it means 'come to my house'?
    thank you?.
    I did ask you in a previous thread to give your threads more useful titles. Please also try to use capital letters for the first word of a sentence, and leave one space after a punctuation mark.

    I know only 'time is up', not 'time is over'.

    'Come over' is usually, but not necessarily, a request to come to the speaker's house.

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