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    #1

    Smile always have

    Hello. Would you please tell me what "Always have" means in the sentences below.
    Does it mean "always same" or "always unchangeable"?
    Thank you.


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    from <Crenshaw> by Katherine Applegate

    I am not an imaginary friend kind of guy.
    Seriously. This fall I go into fifth grade. At my age, it's not good to have a reputation for being crazy.
    I like facts. Always have. True stuff. Two-plus-two-equals-four facts.

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    #2

    Re: always have

    = I always have liked facts.

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