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"How much does it cost" or "how much it costs." 1. A pure scientist will pursue the thruth no how much does it cost. 2. A pure scientist will pursue the thruth no how much it costs. 3. A pure scientist will pursue the thruth not how much does it cost. 2. A pure scientist will pursue the thruth not how much it costs. what about using "not" in the sentence, is it okay?
4 janv. 2016 06:45
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A real scientist will pursue the truth, no matter the cost. A real secinetist will purse the truth and not the cost.
4 janvier 2016
How much does this cost ? ( if one item ) How much do they cost ? ( if buying shoes for example )
5 janvier 2016
I'm sorry 4. A pure scientist will pursue the thruth not how much it costs.
4 janvier 2016
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