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    mood,''This is what'' ,

    (My sweetest and respected teachers)
    1 : ''I'm not in the mood for playing checker'' correct?
    2 : ''Wish you were with me then we would go to the river i'd catch fish and you'd fry'' correct?
    3 : ''I'm not in the school or at school''?
    4 : ''I'm in the shop or at shop''?
    5 : ''I'm at river'' correct?
    6 : ''He will surely be happy'' or ''he'll be surely happy''?
    7 : ''This is what'' has the same meaning as ''that's what'' has?

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    #2

    Re: mood,''This is what'' ,

    1 : ''I'm not in the mood for playing checkers'' correct? Correct.
    2 : '' I wish you were with me then we would go to the river, I'd catch fish and you'd fry them.''
    3 : ''I'm not at school''
    4 : ''I'm in the shop or at the shop''? Both are ok.
    5 : ''I'm at the river''
    6 : ''He will surely be happy''
    7 : ''This is what'' has the same meaning as ''that's what'' has? No, 'that is what' has the same meaning as 'that's what'.

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