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    Grammar

    A.' I shouldn't say Mrs Wright had the homemaking instince.'

    B.' Well, I don't know as Mr Wright had, either.'

    What's exactly meaning of 'as' here? Please.

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    Re: Grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by puzzle View Post
    A.' I shouldn't say Mrs Wright had the homemaking instince.'

    B.' Well, I don't know as Mr Wright had, either.'

    What's exactly meaning of 'as' here? Please.
    It means "that". It's only used that way in a few dialects. You won't see it often.

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