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    Grammar Structure

    I recently hear on a TV show a new phrase or something like that,
    but I don't understand it, it is:

    "They have better never see"

    Does it have any grammar structure? if it does, wich one is it?

    Thank you for your help


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    Re: Grammar Structure

    I suspect the sentence spoken was, "They had better never see... (how you look in a kilt. You may be Sean Connery, and Scottish...but those knobbly knees!?......"
    I'll leave comment about "grammatical structure" to someone else.

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    Re: Grammar Structure

    Ooops, it is true; is HAD, sorry people, and I heard it on Farscape, an old SciFi show, I know it was an Australian production.

    So, anyone know about the structure, or is it only a phrase?

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