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    sania-baharat is offline Member
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    You don't know even his real name, or anything about him.

    Which one is correct?

    Her mother said: "Sarah, You don't know even his real name, or nothing about him."
    Her mother said :"Sarah, You don't know even his real name, or anything about him."

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    GoesStation is offline Moderator
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    Re: You don't know even his real name, or anything about him.

    The second is closest to correct. The colon should have a space after it, not before; "you" should not be capitalized, and "even" should come before "know".

    "Nothing" is incorrect in the first sentence.
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