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  1. Jorden

    A quite simple question

    Dear grammer profesionals,

    I got I think a quite simple question, and well I'm not English so please forgive me!

    Imagine a picture with two persons with the sentence "I never want you to go" describing it

    Will this sentence be about both the persons, just 1 of them, ore doesn't this sentence fit at all?

    Well thanks in commen!

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    Re: A quite simple question

    It could be about both people, or about just one person.

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