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"He needn't it" actually make sense? Y'know, "can't it". And you can argue "he haSn't it" otherwise. Try to get what I mean here please. Since you can't say "can't it", which is a rule of the auxiliary verb, why do y'all say "he needn't it" all the time?
May 14, 2011 7:06 AM
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You can't say 'he can't it'
May 14, 2011
Hi, you need to have more for these to make sense Example: "He needn't [ need not] argue about it". Y'know = you know. Example: You know, food is getting more expensive these days. Example: "Can't [ cannot it] it wait? I am too busy to help you now". Example: "He hasn't [ has not] got what it takes to be a doctor."
May 14, 2011
Are you sure you have heard it correctly "he needn't it" ? You can say, He doesn't need it or "he needn't do it" [ he need not do that]
May 14, 2011
No, it doesn't make sense. Maybe a few rednecks say "he needn't it", but otherwise I don't know.
May 14, 2011
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