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    Meaning of a sentence

    Context: A girl is reluctant to see her mother, who has been separated from her husband. The father growls, "You're going and that's all there is to it."

    What does the underlined sentence mean? Thanks.

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    Re: Meaning of a sentence

    You're going whether you like it or not.


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    Re: Meaning of a sentence

    Blouen has it precisely

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