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    are been now

    "I think irretional exuberance is not appropriate. There are 70 some-odd days been now and the election.I'm optimistic."

    Why is it "there are" not "there have" in the sentence?

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    Re: are been now

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    Why is it "there are" not "there have" in the sentence?
    Typo. It should be 'between'.

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    Re: are been now

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    Typo. It should be 'between'.
    There words were pronounced by Sen. McCONNELL. Could it be a slip of the tongue?

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    Re: are been now

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    There words were pronounced by Sen. McCONNELL. Could it be a slip of the tongue?
    If that's what he actually said, then it must have been.

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