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Forever and always What's the difference between "forever" and "always"?
Oct 8, 2012 2:20 PM
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Always means you do something regularly. For example: I always brush my teeth, before going to bed. Forever means till the end of time. For example: I will love you forever (which means I will continue to love you till the end of time, for eternity etc.) sometimes they can be used in each others place. For example you can say: I will always love you but you cant say I will brush my teeth forever (because it means you will start brushing your teeth and continue doing it till the end of time, or till you die :) )
October 8, 2012
Paulina
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