English 232

Grammar: 'Subtle Meanings'

In this lesson, I’m going to show you a different and more “nuanced” meaning of sentences that seem simple.  You need to know the EXACT meaning in order to really communicate with people.  If you don’t, you will sound foolish; and I’m sure you don’t want that.  So sometimes, “is, was, will be” are just grammatical tenses, but sometimes, they have meanings that are a little bit more than that.

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