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What does this sentence mean? "Even if I failed, nothing could happen so bad it would mess up everything, right?" Does it mean that: if the person failed, nothing, no matter how bad it was, would affect the normal course of things? or simply that nothing can affect how things are? Thank you
Sep 10, 2018 6:54 AM
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I think it has the idea of what you suggest, but it does imply that the thing that might happen might happen as a result of failing. That is, failing, might have consequences, but those consequences would not be dire, not terrible, not so bad that they would "mess everything up", cause significant disruption. . Corrected terrible number of typos
September 10, 2018
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