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Need some help. I was reading about WWII and I read this "The French would just as soon forget the Maginot Line". I now what is the Maginot Line and who are the French haha, but I don´t understand the meaning of the expression between them and wich would be the rule to use it. Thanks
Oct 6, 2016 7:41 AM
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The expression 'would just as soon do something' means 'would rather'. It means that they would be quite happy to forget about it.
October 6, 2016
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