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    GeneD is offline Senior Member
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    Can you match one of your cards to the one that has been turned over?

    Can you match one of your cards to the one that has been turned over?

    I can't figure out what is the sentence about. There is no any other context; it's an example sentence from the grammar book. Is it a card game?
    If it's not too much trouble to you, could you please correct any errors I might have made in this post?

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    Re: Can you match one of your cards to the one that has been turned over?

    Yes, it's about a deck of cards. It could be about a card game or a card trick, etc.

    one of your cards = one of the cards you have in your hand

    the one that has been turned over = the card that got picked (from the deck) and is face up.

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