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    Meaning

    Can you please tell the meaning of the follwing sentence?

    We begin the journey home.

    Thank you

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    Smile Re: Meaning

    Quote Originally Posted by moniza View Post
    Can you please tell the meaning of the follwing sentence?

    We begin the journey home.

    Thank you
    You're going home.


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    Re: Meaning

    It's an unusual thing to say, if we are talking in the present tense it would be more natural as, 'We are beginning...' if we are referring to a past event, it would be 'We began the journey...'

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