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Both are ok? (I am diabetic etc.) I don't anything the doctor forbade. I follow his orders) I ate everything the doctor forbade. (I don't follow his orders)
Mar 7, 2014 11:14 PM
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"I don't eat anything that the doctor forbade. I follow his orders." "I eat everything that the doctor forbade. I don't follow his orders." These two sentences are in the present tense. In your example the first one is present but the second one is past. To put both in past tense would be: "I didn't eat anything the doctor forbade. I followed his orders." "I ate everything the doctor forbade. I didn't follow his orders."
March 8, 2014
Pelin
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