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Thread: help***

    • Join Date: Feb 2006
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    whats the differnt between these two sentense
    i wish i dont have to go tonight
    i wish i didnt have to go tonight

  1. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: help***

    Happy New Year!

    [1] You don't know yet if you have to go out.
    [2] You know you have to go out.

    All the best.

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    Re: help***

    Quote Originally Posted by **[email protected]$$** View Post
    whats the differnt between these two sentense
    'I wish I dont have to go tonight' Is not good, better to say I don't wish/want to go tonight-You have a choice and can stay away.
    'I wish I didnt have to go tonight' Even though you don't want to go you have no choice and must attend.



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