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    #1

    Naturally

    What does 'naturally' mean in the sentence:

    Naturally the building could not escape being scratched, bruised and marked.

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by PINKGREAT; 02-May-2007 at 07:09. Reason: one word

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    Re: Naturally

    It means that the writier think it is perfectly logical that these things happened to the building. BTW, I'd put a comma after it.

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