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    Unhappy The position of 'really'

    Is there any difference between 'I really don't know.' and 'I don't really know.'?

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    Re: The position of 'really'

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Is there any difference between 'I really don't know.' and 'I don't really know.'?
    "I really don't know." is stating clearly that you don't know, "I don't really know." is saying that you are not sure, maybe you know a little.

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