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    #1

    Exclamation Case

    hello


    Billy: Are you going to New york with me?
    Samatha: No, i have no time to go with you.
    Billy: up to you, it is your decision.


    in this case, what it refers to? can anyone help me, thank?


    thank You

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    (Not) going to New York with me is your decision.

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    Billy: Are you going to New York with me?
    Samatha: No, I have no time to go with you.
    Billy: It's up to you. It is your decision.

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    Lightbulb Re: Case

    okie thank you.. But "It is your decision" It refer to what? can you tell me, please?


    thank You

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    The pronoun It stands for, go or not go to New York with me.

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    It refers to what?

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    it referes to YOUR DECESION

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    #6

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    thank casiopea and matilda

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    You're welcome.

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    Matilda, try, "It refers", not "It referes".

  5. matilda
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    Talking Re: Case

    yes dear Casiopea. I always make such mistakes

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