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  1. Stephanie444
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    Question My...(name)?

    Hello there,

    I am a little confused about an email sent to me by a friend. He used to live n here in Germany but he went back to england. He emails me from time to time and for some reason our emails seems a bit flirtatious.


    Last email he ended it with 'Take care, my steph' Love, signature



    Is calling me my 'steph' like saying my sweetheart or something? and do friend end their emails with 'Love'


    Thanks a lot

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    Re: My...(name)?

    We can end leter to friends with 'love' without implying anything. the use of 'my Steph' implies fondness and friendship and, again, doesn't necessarily imply anything more.

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    Re: My...(name)?

    Agony aunt/uncle???I was very amused to read tdol's answer.I guess tdol's an uncle???

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    Hey,


    Queenbu, I think the question is about language ,so was tdol's answer. He answered from the languitical point of view!


    Personally, I think Stephanie's friend is hinting that she is more than a friend!



    Regards

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    Re: My...(name)?

    Hello BellaDonna,
    I know tdol was answering from the linguistic point of view but I just wanted to put some humour into grammar

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