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    #1

    anybody will remember that

    a. That's all anybody will remember from this day.

    Can't this sentence mean two things?
    1. Those who will remember anything about this day at all, will remember that.
    2. That's all everybody will remember from this day. Everybody will remember that and only that.


    Many thanks.

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    #2

    Re: anybody will remember that

    Let's wait until you've had replies from the other forum.

    You've been asked to post the same question on one forum only to avoid wasting our members' time.

    Ask again if WR does not answer your question to your satisfaction.

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