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    Mumble

    <My sweet and respected teachers> 'She mumbled to me about something' or 'She mumbled me about something'.


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    #2

    Re: Mumble

    She mumbled something about the bus being late.

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    Re: Mumble

    What's this? I asked a difference question and got a difference answer. I shall be grateful to the forum teachers if they always reply my post I know they are busy checking other sections but i can wait until they are free Thanks.


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    #4

    Re: Mumble

    You did not ask a 'difference question'. You asked no specific question at all!
    The 'or' implies a query as to which of the sentences is correct.
    The amount of effort you put into your posting is matched by the amount of effort I was willing to put in my reply, since I was responding 'in the dark':
    I gave you an example of the correct usage.
    Last edited by David L.; 17-Oct-2008 at 18:03.

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    Re: Mumble

    Laughs out loud. Read my first post i used "or" and question marks "?" Didn't i? A teacher should be clever enough to...... Anyway i forgot to use "Moderators" in my previous post. I meant I should be grateful the forum administrators and moderators if they always reply my post.I can rely on him.

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    #6

    Re: Mumble

    Shall be grateful* Using opera.Can't edit. Sorry


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    #7

    Re: Mumble

    Charming.

    Let hoi polloi in these cyber halls be advised and cautioned: Moderators only are welcome, if thinking of responding to Twit1988.

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