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Autor:  Rafael
E-mail:  world_learner@terra.com.br
Data:  17/DEZ/2006 1:00 PM
Assunto:  “want-ta-bees” and "'to get' instead 'to

Hi, All !




“I don't waste time with want-ta-bees that will NOT do the damn drills! PERIOD!”


I did not find the expression “want-ta-bees” in my dictionary. Could somebody explain me ?


2) When “got” has the meaning of “ter" (to have), that is, when can we use one by the other ?


Obs: Pls, correct my mistakes in writing of questions above. 



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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
 “want-ta-bees” and "'to get' instead 'to   –  Rafael  17/DEZ/2006, 1:00 PM
“want-ta-bees” and "'to get' instead 'to   –  Rúbio Terra  18/DEZ/2006, 2:28 PM
“want-ta-bees” and "'to get' instead 'to   –  Rafael  18/DEZ/2006, 8:38 PM

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