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Buying for one is a nightmare The complete sentence is "I hate going shopping by myself, buying for one could is a nightmare." The sentence is said to have two meanings. One is "buying for one person could be a nightmare", and another one is could be a nightmare. I am not entirely sure about the second meaning. Could anyone explain that to me please? Thanks!
Jun 7, 2015 3:26 AM
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The first meaning you wrote is the correct one. I can't see any other possible meaning or ambiguity. ["could be", not "could is"]
June 7, 2015
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