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  1. Newbie
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    Please help. Is the phrase "think it impossible" correct?

    Is the phrase "You may think it impossible" correct? Or should I say "You may think it is impossible"?
    Thank you.

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    Re: Please help. Is the phrase "think it impossible" correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by cyril2204 View Post
    Is the phrase "You may think it impossible" correct? Or should I say "You may think it is impossible"?
    Thank you.
    It's fine.

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