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Valentine's Day: Love it or hate it?

I have question that one of the anynomous said like this.


" Love it! I always send cards to my mates-- and my boyfriend or course".


My question is "what does it mean "Course" in this sentence?


Thank you!

Feb 9, 2015 5:43 AM
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What will most help you understand what is being said here is to recognize that there is a typo in the original sentence :) It should say "and my boyfriend of course", instead of "or course". 

Of course is a common phrase used when something is obvious, or should be expected.

Valentine's Day is about celebrating love. If you have a boyfriend/girlfriend already, you may be expected to give a card or gift.

The speaker said they send cards to their friends, and since she has a boyfriend, she'll definitely be sending him one as well.


Hope that helped! :)  

February 9, 2015

Thank you Savannah!


So, this sentence is wrong! You mean it should be " my boyfriend of course!, Am I right?


February 9, 2015
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