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  1. B45
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    I say to my friend looking after his ailing sister" Good thing she's got you there w

    I say to my friend looking after his ailing sister"

    Good thing she's got you there with her.

    OR

    Good thing you are there with her.

    Are both okay?

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    Re: I say to my friend looking after his ailing sister" Good thing she's got you the

    They're both OK informally.

    What two words would you use at the start to make the sentences grammatically correct?

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    Re: I say to my friend looking after his ailing sister" Good thing she's got you the

    It's a good thing...

    Right?

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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    Re: I say to my friend looking after his ailing sister" Good thing she's got you the

    Right.

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