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    You've got me

    If somebody managed to wound his enemy in a battle, would it be appropriate if a wounded says "You've got me".

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    Re: You've got me

    Yes, especially if the person thought they were dying. However, the simple past works better for me.

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    Re: You've got me

    Quote Originally Posted by Marina Gaidar View Post
    If somebody managed to wound his enemy in a battle, would it be appropriate if a wounded man/person/soldier says said "You've got me".
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