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    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    #1

    about you

    I hope everything is fine about you.

    Is this sentence correct?
    If yes, what could it mean?

    Please help me. I have no more context. Explain me as far as you understand.

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    #2

    Re: about you

    [1] I hope everything is fine about you.
    [2] I hope everything is fine with you.

    It means, it is my sincere wish that you (and your family) are happy and healthy.

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    Explain it to me, not explain me.


    • Join Date: Aug 2007
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    #3

    Re: about you

    In this connection, is it correct to say:There is a lot to change about this sport in our country.I mean the preposition "about". Sorry that bold and italic buttons don't work.


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    Re: about you

    Thank you Casiopea.
    There is a lot to change about this sport in our country.
    Hi learner2007,

    I think this sentence as well as the use of the preposition "about" correct here.

    It's my guess. I may be wrong. Perhaps some other will correct it if I am wrong.

    [Note : I am just a beginner in learning English]
    Last edited by user_gary; 10-Aug-2007 at 17:59.


    • Join Date: Aug 2007
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    #5

    Re: about you

    Hi, use_gary, I was wondering about the alternative preposition &amp in: change in.....

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