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    "If you dreamed..."

    " If you dreamed about traveling in Italy why wouldn't you collect money?"

    Does this sentence mean?...

    "I'm dreaming about traveling in Italy,but I'm not collecting money?"

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    Re: "If you dreamed..."

    What do you mean by "collecting money"? What does it have to do with dreaming about going to Italy? Do you mean "saving up money?"

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