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    Fret = Worry?

    Hi there,

    Does "Don't fret?" mean the same as "Don't worry?"?

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    Re: Fret = Worry?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Nutty View Post
    Hi there,


    Does "Don't fret?" mean the same as "Don't worry?"?
    (not a professional teacher) I would say yes, definitely.

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    Re: Fret = Worry?

    Thank you for your response, dear. May you always be happy!

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