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What does this sentence mean? The sentence: I love you more than even one more day. Does it mean that I will love you forever? I love you one more day means that the length of loving extends beyond a day, perhaps two days or a month. But "more than even" adds to the extent, so the original length is lengthened to eternity (or as far as the subject lives)? Is my understanding right? Thanks for sharing your wits:)
Sep 30, 2017 1:15 AM
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The expression sounds very odd to me. I suspect it may be a misquotation.
September 30, 2017
"I love you more than even one more day." It's an odd expression, but it seems similar to "I love you more than life itself," which is a common phrase. I agree that the expression does seem to imply eternity or foreverness, though I've never heard it used.
September 30, 2017
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