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    I have two questions!

    1. There is a phrase saying " swing that test." When I heard this, I could guess that it will probably fail on that test? but is it right? and how this word "swing" could mean that?

    2. Is it right to say -> you won't see me cry or you won't see me crying
    this is what makes me so confused.

    Thank you!

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    Re: I have two questions!

    Welcome to the forum, isaackimmy.

    The phrase 'swing that test' is unknown to me and returns no results from Google. Where did you encounter it?

    Please start a new thread for your unrelated question, with the title You won't see me me cry/crying.

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