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  1. B45
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    I say this to my friend: I don't think I have to get the tickets now right? I could

    I say this to my friend:

    I don't think I have to get the tickets now right? I could/can just get it at the train station.

    Are both okay here. And what's the difference?

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    Re: I say this to my friend: I don't think I have to get the tickets now right? I c

    The verbs both work but because you used "tickets", you need to use "them" instead of "it".

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    Re: I say this to my friend: I don't think I have to get the tickets now right? I c

    Quote Originally Posted by Batman45 View Post
    I say this to my friend:

    I don't think I have to get the tickets now right right now? I could/can just get it them at the train station.

    Are both okay here? And What's the difference?
    See above for corrections.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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