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    #1

    You break my beart Vs You enter my heart.

    What's the difference between two sentence?

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    Re: You break my beart Vs You enter my heart.

    Do you know the meanings of the two words "break" and "enter"? "You enter my heart" means nothing to me, by the way.
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    #3

    Re: You break my beart Vs You enter my heart.

    "What's the difference between the two sentences?"

    Please don't cry, Polyester.


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    #4

    Re: You break my beart Vs You enter my heart.

    "Broken hearts" are caused by things like broken relationships.

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    Re: You break my beart Vs You enter my heart.

    'You enter my heart' isn't very natural, but it understandable to mean that you have come to love that person.

    'You break my heart' is just the opposite - it means that you've caused them grief and heartache.
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