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austere
 
Reply Mon 2 Dec, 2013 04:28 am
I want to know if these sentences are correct. thanks. >>>> If you like so much something that you want to give it to a special person , that person who you're going to give a present to should probably like it as well .
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Setanta
 
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Reply Mon 2 Dec, 2013 04:54 am
@austere,
There is only one sentence and it is a mess.

If you like something so much that you want to give it to a special person, that person should probably like it as well.

Do you mean that the recipient of the gift will like it because you do? Do you mean that you should not give the gift unless the intended recipient will like it, too? Your meaning is not clear.
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