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    lagoo is offline Member
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    They lived happily ever after.

    1) They lived happily ever after.
    2) They have lived happily ever since.

    Do they have the same meaning?

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    Cody0001 is offline Newbie
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    Re: They lived happily ever after.

    I think they are the same.

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    GoesStation is offline Moderator
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    Re: They lived happily ever after.

    Quote Originally Posted by Piscean View Post
    If you are not a teacher, you will need to state that clearly in your post.
    Cody, once you have made ten posts, you'll be able to add a signature line like mine to your profile. Meanwhile, you have to remember to add the words "not a teacher" to each post.
    Last edited by teechar; 13-Oct-2017 at 15:02.
    I am not a teacher.

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