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Did tell can be forceful or affirmative. Kaker said:. Last edited: Nov 25, Sdgraha could you explain why? Scolding seems appropiate whilst I can't figure out what is an affirmative connotation. I am assuming that affirmative has a diffrent meaning from positive. An affirmative statement involves assertion.
Whereas affirmatives are used in scolding, that's not always the case. Scolding is the result of anger.
You can have a stern talk with someone and not be angry. Harry23 New Member Hindi, English. Its 'i did tell' I want to know if 'i did tell' can only be used in spoken english or is it grammatically correct in pure British english as well? Sparky Malarky Moderator Indiana.
A: He did not tell me I needed to be there. B: He did tell you!
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I heard him. Speaker be is more emphatic because he is disagreeing with what speaker A said. In your sentence you are disagreeing with an assumption that someone might make.
Because you were late, they might assume she did not tell you what time to come. I cannot even describe how much Course Hero helped me this summer. In the end, I was not only able to survive summer classes, but I was able to thrive thanks to Course Hero. Walled Lake Western High School. What if i did tell him that fellow had it coming to.
Uploaded By jshank He broke off defiantly. That fellow had it coming to him. But the German, who was sacked by the Championship club last week, says the story has been distorted by the media.
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Defender Hangeland claimed Magath told him to treat an injured thigh with a block of cheese soaked in alcohol. I would never tell a doctor what to do. Hangeland, 33, now at Crystal Palace, left Craven Cottage in June after being released by the club, but Match of the Day pundit and former Fulham skipper Danny Murphy confirmed the defender's story was true. Describing Magath's suggestion of using cheese to treat an injury as "ridiculous", Murphy claimed the incident was indicative of the way the coach lost the faith of his experienced players.
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