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Autor:  Amadeu
E-mail:  não-disponível
Data:  23/FEV/2006 11:01 PM
Assunto:  Question

From what I understood, we could consider that when one says "we should let go of sth", they are no longer using that, so that with time it is forgotten. There is no intention of making it disappear.


If one says "we should get rid of sth", they are going to make an attempt to stop using that, like forcing themselves not to, which means they really want to avoid/banish that....


Sorry if I couldn't make myself clear, I haven't dealt with English for quite a while now...


Everyone, I'm trying to get back in shape....feel free to correct me or point out whatever you should.


Thanks in advance....

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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
Question  –  Deivis  23/FEV/2006, 7:03 PM
Question  –  Dale/RS  23/FEV/2006, 9:41 PM
Question  –  Deivis  23/FEV/2006, 9:59 PM
 Question  –  Amadeu  23/FEV/2006, 11:01 PM
Question  –  Dale/RS  24/FEV/2006, 6:50 AM
Question  –  Fabricioaugusto  24/FEV/2006, 8:57 AM
Fabricio/Question  –  Dale/RS  24/FEV/2006, 9:32 AM
Perhaps the problem lies on the meaning of "l  –  Fabricioaugusto  24/FEV/2006, 10:40 AM
I "teached" Steven - frown upon  –  Marcio Osorio  24/FEV/2006, 3:30 PM
Dug from the deepest of my confused mind...  –  Fabricioaugusto  24/FEV/2006, 5:24 PM
Dug from the deepest of my confused mind...  –  Dale/RS  24/FEV/2006, 7:29 PM
How dare you to fool us?!!!  –  Fabricioaugusto  25/FEV/2006, 9:50 AM
Dug from the deepest of my confused mind...  –  José Roberto  25/FEV/2006, 12:23 PM
Jose/Dug from the deepest of my confused mind...  –  Dale/RS  25/FEV/2006, 1:46 PM

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