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    You are out of sense!


    Hello! Whould you help me how to say this naturally please?

    A: Are you still here? Man, John and Tina havenít been met for two years.
    Why donít you leave for a while and let them enjoy there time.
    You are out of sense. ( Or, You are so slow)

    B: Oops, sorry. I leave for tonight then.

    John and Tina : No that's ok, just stay with us.

    B: No, thanks. I donít want to be a party-pooper.

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    Re: You are out of sense!

    Quote Originally Posted by flytothesky View Post
    Hello! Whould you help me how to say this naturally please?

    A: Are you still here? Man, John and Tina havenít been met for two years.
    Why donít you leave for a while and let them enjoy there time.
    You are out of sense. ( Or, You are so slow)

    B: Oops, sorry. I leave for tonight then.

    John and Tina : No that's ok, just stay with us.

    B: No, thanks. I donít want to be a party-pooper.
    "You haven't got a clue, have you?"
    The second one is OK.

    By the way, most of your sentences are grammatically incorrect in these posts asking for natural ways to say something. I'd suggest you need to work on basic grammar for a bit longer before worrying about whether a certain phrase is the most natural way to say something. It's more important to know any correct way of saying something.


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    Re: You are out of sense!

    Dear Raymott,

    Many thanks for your advice.

    Yea,,, I have many problem with grammer and I'm learning it at school and learning every day english in here. I will do my best to use correct grammer when ask questions. Thanks~

    Oh, can I ask one more thing?

    If I say You are out of sense. ( Or, You are so slow) , It doesn't make sence at all?
    or when can I use this sentence?

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    Re: You are out of sense!

    Yes,,, I have many problems with grammar, I'm learning it at school, I am learning English every day here. I will do my best to use correct grammar when ask questions.

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    Re: You are out of sense!

    Quote Originally Posted by flytothesky View Post
    Dear Raymott,

    Many thanks for your advice.

    Yea,,, I have many problem with grammer and I'm learning it at school and learning every day english in here. I will do my best to use correct grammer when ask questions. Thanks~

    Oh, can I ask one more thing?

    If I say You are out of sense. ( Or, You are so slow) , It doesn't make sence at all?
    or when can I use this sentence?
    OK that's fine. Take your time. I was just wondering whether you thought all your other grammar was OK, when you only ask about one line.
    "You are out of sense" doesn't make sense.
    "You are so slow" is alright to say.

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