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  1. B45
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    My friend never answers my phone call. I say: Obviously you have no interest in me

    My friend never answers my phone call. I say:


    Obviously you have no interest in me, and if you did, this is not how you treat someone you like.



    Is this grammatical?

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    Re: My friend never answers my phone call. I say: Obviously you have no interest i

    It would work better as two sentences.

    Obviously you have no interest in me. If you did, this is not how you treat someone you like.

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