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  1. Odessa Dawn's Avatar
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    #1

    "And there usually"


    Please start from (04:37) "There is a difference between worry and concern. Let me tell you in a very simple way what that difference is. Worry usually has to do with the future over which we have no control. And Concern usually has to do with the present and there… usually something we can do in the present to take care of the problem." It occurs at (04:52).
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    here please.

    Do we have verb to be (is) after the pronoun there in here?


    Thank you,

    Last edited by Odessa Dawn; 13-Jan-2013 at 15:29. Reason: Adding the pronoun "You."

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    #2

    Re: "And there usually"

    "... and there are usually some things ..."

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