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How do you say this another way? I don't go through with it.
Aug 4, 2018 12:08 PM
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“I don’t go through with it” does not sound natural in simple present tense. Like Bill suggested, the present continuous is better: “I’m not going through with it.” You could also say “I am not going to go through with it,”. “I’m not going to do it [after all]”, “I’ve decided not to do it,” or “I’ve thought better of it” (which means “I’ve decided that it was not a good idea”).
August 4, 2018
I'm not going through with it.
August 4, 2018
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