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a name after a sentence I always heard some sentences like these: I do love you, Jean. Don't you think so, Jean? Thank you, Jean. ...and so on. In my language we just say: I do love you. Don't you think so? Thank you. plus a name after a sentence, is there anything particular mean? in what condition should I plus a name when I speak?
Aug 18, 2014 4:47 AM
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When a name is said in a sentence [in the end, starting sentence with a name, in the middle of a sentence], the speaker adds emphasis to his/ her sentence. For example- If a guy says, "I do love you, Jane," he adds emphasis to his sentence that he only loves jane, no one else. Did you understand it ?
August 18, 2014
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