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    Help For A Sentence

    I shall make my escape thereat and go to repay thy unselfish service to me.

    What does it mean?


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    Re: Help For A Sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by Volcano1985 View Post
    I shall make my escape thereat and go to repay thy unselfish service to me.

    What does it mean?
    I will get away at that place or at that time, and go to repay your unselfish sevice to me.

    thy = your (archaic)

    Can I ask you back, Vulcano?

    "Help for a sentence?"
    Do you mean you need help with this sentence? Is it a kind of non-standard English dialect that you are using again and again?

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