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    Question 15

    Please,

    Do sometimes to drop and to fall have the same meanings ?
    or

    to drop is always to let it fall ?



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    Re: Question 15

    Quote Originally Posted by Mauricio67 View Post
    Please,

    Do sometimes to drop and to fall have the same meanings ?
    or

    to drop is always to let it fall ?

    In other words, can drop be used as an intransitive verb, i.e. without a complement? Yes, it can.
    E.g. An book dropped from the shelf.
    The temperature dropped considerably.

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