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Is this dialogue OK? Person A - What do you know about it? PErson B - I know what everybody does. / I know as much as everybody does. / I know as much as you do.
Oct 14, 2018 1:38 AM
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1. I know what everybody does. Grammar is correct, but the meaning isn't clear. It sounds like you know everybody's actions, i.e. what they do. 2. I know as much as everybody does. This is OK, but it's better to say "I know as much as everybody else" because it more clearly implies two distinct groups - you, and others. 3. I know as much as you do Perfect
October 14, 2018
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