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Rich Gazezov
Sound like native speakers 1) when you need to "That's right" and "This is right" than they differ?

2) amplification with "That", in sentences like: "I KNOW / THINK WHAT, ....". When you should use that, and when not - example: You know (that) we learn English step by step

Aug 27, 2018 2:40 PM
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1) 'That's right' is something that is used more commonly than 'This is right'. 2) Here, both are used the same. 'You know we learn English step by step.' = 'You know that we learn English step by step.'
August 27, 2018
no difference, just lasy speach.
August 27, 2018
Rich Gazezov
Language Skills
English, Russian
Learning Language
English