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  1. AleX02


    Dear Teacher

    I've got some questions for you :

    1- why do you sometimes say two verbs together without an *and*? here are some examples:
    # go grab a cup
    #go see a doctor
    # come look the apartment
    My guess is that you can use *and* if you want to, but you dont use it to speak I right?
    2- my last question is why do you use *off* instead of *of* in a sentence like this ?
    # better OFF that way...

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    Re: question

    1 I agree- it's easier and quicker that way
    2 It comes from 'well off'

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