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    Is it correct ?

    He does't say what he means and doesn't mean what he says. :mad:




    PTBM :mad:

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    That is grammatically correct. (One subject, two verbs.)

    :)

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    Re: Is it correct ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    He does't say what he means and doesn't mean what he says. :mad:




    PTBM :mad:
    Are you mad at someone? :wink:

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    Re: Is it correct ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    He does't say what he means and doesn't mean what he says. :mad:




    PTBM :mad:
    Do you mean me?

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    Re: Is it correct ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    He does't say what he means and doesn't mean what he says. :mad:




    PTBM :mad:
    Are you mad at someone? :wink:

    No.
    I don't mean what you understand. :wink:

    btw, do you think I will tell others If I will?

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    Re: Is it correct ?

    Do you mean me?

    Off course NOT. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    That is grammatically correct. (One subject, two verbs.)

    :)
    :)

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    Re: Is it correct ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ProudToBeMuslim
    Do you mean me?

    Off course NOT. :P

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    Re: Is it correct ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ProudToBeMuslim
    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    He does't say what he means and doesn't mean what he says. :mad:




    PTBM :mad:
    Are you mad at someone? :wink:

    No.
    I don't mean what you understand. :wink:

    btw, do you think I will tell others If I will?
    :wink:

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