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Is this sentence correct?: 'I wonder if he has a dream, as/like, at least, I have '. I am not sure which sentence is correct: 'I wonder if he has a dream, like, at least, I have one'. 'I wonder if he has a dream, as, at least, I have'. I want to mean that I have a dream and I am not sure if this other person has a dream as well. I don't want to mean that I wonder if the other person has a similar dream to my dream, I want to mean just if this other person has some kind of dream, because, at least, I am lucky because I have a dream and I can go on behind a goal.
Jul 6, 2015 12:56 AM
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You could say: "I wonder if he at least has a dream, like I do."
July 6, 2015
both would mean what you intend just the wording you choose
July 6, 2015
I wonder if he has a dream, as I have'! Still check with people who is the English origin speaker :)
July 6, 2015
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