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nozturk
Are these sentences ok? Or what would you say? I can't work with you if you're going to be obstinate like this. I can't work with you if you're going to be against whatever I say.
Sep 27, 2012 11:59 AM
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The first sentence is correct. The second sentence wrong because you need to remove the word 'be'. I can't work with you if you are going to against whatever I say. You may also write " I cannot work with you if you disobey my order." I hope that it can help you literally.
September 27, 2012
nozturk
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