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    not to be and to be

    I usually watch these sentences "not to be" imitated on a add on tv and "to be" continued but i don't know the exact meaning and uses of those. Help me understand the sentances.

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    Re: not to be and to be

    Quote Originally Posted by arjitsharma View Post
    I usually watch hear/see these the sentences phrase/fragment "not to be" imitated (look up the definition of "to imitate") on in an add ad/advert on tv TV and "to be" continued (that doesn't make sense but I don't know what you are trying to say) but I don't know the exact meaning and uses of those them. Please help me understand them. sentances.
    Please see my corrections above. I don't understand your question. What exactly do they say in the advert?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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