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  1. B45
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    Would a native speaker say: Why don't you try to call me now and see if it work?

    Would a native speaker say:

    Why don't you try to call me now and see if it work?

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    Re: Would a native speaker say: Why don't you try to call me now and see if it work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Batman45 View Post
    Would a native speaker say:

    Why don't you try to call me now and see if it works?
    Bhai.

  3. B45
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    Re: Would a native speaker say: Why don't you try to call me now and see if it work?

    Does, that mean yes?

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    Re: Would a native speaker say: Why don't you try to call me now and see if it work?

    Bhai corrected your verb. Whether or not the sentence works depends on context.

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