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    I have since been induced" to come to the opinion that

    "I have since been induced" to come to the opinion that it may have been there all the time.

    Could you please explain me this part "I have since been induced"? I am confused.

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    Re: I have since been induced" to come to the opinion that

    Where did you read this?

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    Re: I have since been induced" to come to the opinion that

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Where did you read this?
    In a noble.

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    Re: I have since been induced" to come to the opinion that

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    In a noble.
    Did you mean "novel", tufguy? If so, please quote the title of that novel.

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    Re: I have since been induced" to come to the opinion that

    ... and the author.

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    Re: I have since been induced" to come to the opinion that

    Tufguy, you have a couple of threads on the go at the moment in which you have quoted someone else's words. As you can see from this thread, you have to provide the information about who wrote it and in what publication. I recall that you found it useful in the past to use a template for your questions, so perhaps it will help you again. For these kinds of questions, I suggest you lay them out like this using, of course, the information relevant to your question:


    In The Break Point by Stephen Daniels, I read the following sentence:

    "He was blathering on about shortening my contract so I shot him."

    I don't understand what "blathering on" means. Can someone explain it to me please?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: I have since been induced" to come to the opinion that

    Quote Originally Posted by kilroy65 View Post
    Did you mean "novel", tufguy? If so, please quote the title of that novel.
    Sorry, spelling mistake.

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    Re: I have since been induced" to come to the opinion that

    The name of the novel is "Three men in a boat" written by Jerome. K. Jerome.

    Does it mean "I have been induced to come to this opinion since the time I did something that induced meto come to this opinion"?

    Like "I have since been playing, the day I started playing this game".
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    Re: I have since been induced" to come to the opinion that

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    The name of the novel is "Three men in a boat" written by Jerome. K. Jerome.

    Does it mean "I have been induced to come to this opinion since the time I did something that induced meto come to this opinion"?

    Like "I have since been playing, the day I started playing this game".
    I looked it up and this is the paragraph: "I made it a hundred and forty-seven to the minute. I tried to feel my heart. I could not feel my heart. It had stopped beating. I have since been induced to come to the opinion that it must have been there all the time, and must have been beating, but I cannot account for it". Just make sure you quote correctly. Otherwise it would be very difficult to understand.

    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: I have since been induced" to come to the opinion that

    Quote Originally Posted by andrewg927 View Post
    I looked it up and this is the paragraph: "I made it a hundred and forty-seven to the minute. I tried to feel my heart. I could not feel my heart. It had stopped beating. I have since been induced to come to the opinion that it must have been there all the time, and must have been beating, but I cannot account for it". Just make sure you quote correctly. Otherwise it would be very difficult to understand.

    I am not a teacher.
    But could you please answer my question as well? "I have since been induced" to come to the opinion that it may have been there all the time.

    Could you please explain me this part "I have since been induced"?

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