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    my foot is numb

    dear sir, explain it to me please. 1. my foot is numb / my foot has gone asleep . 2. i'm hungry / i have gone hungry . 3. this is new to me or new on me.



    lots of thanks

    yours lalda

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    Re: my foot is numb

    My foot is numb / My foot has gone to sleep.
    I'm hungry / I am getting hungry.
    This is new to me / That's a new one on me.

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    Re: my foot is numb

    lalda,

    Oregeezer's responses reflect common usage for each sentence.

    Cheers,
    Amigos4

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