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    Can this be both positive and negative? I say: Are you really going to let one girl

    Can this have both a positive and negative meaning?

    I say: Are you really going to let one girl change your life?

    Since change could mean good or bad.

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    Re: Can this be both positive and negative? I say: Are you really going to let one

    I don't think the question itself has either a positive or a negative connotation. It's a straightforward question. There must be a reason you're asking the question and that reason will give context. The context is likely to be either positive or negative.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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