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    You failed me badly

    Here's the concern. Is there any grammatical mistake contains?
    "You failed me badly and you think I never knew? "
    P/s: I wonder should be never know either never knew?

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    Re: You failed me badly

    Your second sentence is incorrect. "Does this contain any grammatical mistakes?"

    Your third sentence works with "knew", not with "know".

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