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  1. B45
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    I guess I shouldn't use the face that he(grandfather) is Putin's father and use that

    My friend doesn't want to go see his grandfather because of his poor relationship with his father. And says to me:

    I guess I shouldn't use the fact that he(grandfather) is Putin's father and use that against him. So, yeh, I think I will pay him a visit after all.

    Putin is his father's name.


    Would a native use this?
    Last edited by B45; 28-Apr-2014 at 07:56.

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    Re: I guess I shouldn't use the face that he(grandfather) is Putin's father and use t

    No.

  3. B45
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    Re: I guess I shouldn't use the face that he(grandfather) is Putin's father and use t

    Quote Originally Posted by probus View Post
    No.
    Could you change it so that it's native?

    Does the sentence itself makes sense?

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