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    Every Way I Can

    Dear Teachers,

    A. Honey! I lose my way, but still you seem to understand, now and forever I will be your man.
    - "I lose my way" means "I lose the way I treat you", right?

    B. I'll try to show you each and every way I can. Now and forever, I will be your man.
    - "show you each and every way I can " means " show you each and every way I can do for you", right?

    Thanks a lot

    Namsteven

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    Re: Every Way I Can

    Quote Originally Posted by namsteven View Post
    Dear Teachers,

    A. Honey! I lose my way, but still you seem to understand, now and forever I will be your man.
    - "I lose my way" means "I lose the way I treat you", right?

    B. I'll try to show you each and every way I can. Now and forever, I will be your man.
    - "show you each and every way I can " means " show you each and every way I can do for you", right?

    Thanks a lot

    Namsteven
    In the first, "I lose my way" refers to some kind of mistake. Literally, it means "I get lost".

    In the second, what he seems to want so show her is that he will be her man. The second is very poorly punctuated.

    I'll try to show you each and every way I can that, now and forever, I will be your man.

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