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According to your telling me that will/can/could/would differ in the degree of certainity, please tell me these sentences which I think are right are correct or not:
I always know I could trust you.
I've always known I can trust you.
I always knew I can trust you.
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Now do you believe me?
I didn't expect so much friendly answers.Thank all of you!
I understand Neillythere's is perfectly right. I just wonder mine is completely wrong?
Ps. David, I always know I CAN believe you.
Corrections, suggestions in blue.
I didn't expect so many friendly answers. Thanks to all of you! Iunderstand that Neillythere is perfectly right. I just wonder why mine is completely wrong?Words mean different things depending on the situation (context). How a word is used depends on what the person wants to say.
PS: David, I know I can always believe you.
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