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  1. B45
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    My friend asks me if my other friend likes him. I say: Of course, or else why would

    My friend asks me if my other friend likes him. I say:

    Of course, or else why would she invite us to come out?

    VS

    Of course, or else why would she invite us out?

    Are both okay?

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    #2

    Re: My friend asks me if my other friend likes him. I say: Of course, or else why w

    No- the word order of your question needs changing to something like:

    Of course- why else would she invite us out?

  2. B45
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    Re: My friend asks me if my other friend likes him. I say: Of course, or else why w

    What about - Of course - why else would she ask us to come out?

    Can I use come out here.

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    Re: My friend asks me if my other friend likes him. I say: Of course, or else why w

    I wouldn't, but it's not incorrect.

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