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what's the subtle difference? Never let it be said i didn't go the extra mile for a client. Never let people say i didn't go the extra mile for a client.
Sep 2, 2018 1:02 PM
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For exam purposes they mean the same, however: - the first is the more usual way of writing this. You might generally avoid using the passive, but there are some turns of phrase, like this, which prefer it. - the second specifically refers to people. Under most circumstances this means the same as the first, but in the world of Disney or science fiction it could imaginably exclude non-humans such as aliens or talking fish.
September 2, 2018
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