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    Re: "I don't go there" meaning

    Used to say that you do not want to think or talk about something.


    I don't want to discuss that.

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    Re: "I don't go there" meaning

    Welcome to the forum, MyHWHelp.

    I'm not sure if the "HW" in your username stands for "homework" but, in case it does, please be aware that we do not help students with homework or assignments on this forum.

    Also, if "MyHWHelp" is the name of a website with which you are affiliated in some way (I note that there is a hit if I Google it), you will be asked to change your username as advertising is not permitted.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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