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8 thoughts on “ Was That What It Was?

  1. I bought in margin, without knowing what it was, sold the shares I bought after learning what it is, does the broker automatically get “his money back”?
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  4. Tojajinn says:
    " That was it " or " this is it " are often used in a very informal way by native English speakers. "It", as a singular pronoun, denotes one thing, and in a discussion, or any written or spoken text there is usually one main topic, or answer being sought.
  5. Tygozuru says:
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  6. Dolabar says:
    I think it's an awkward sentence, and the meaning is unclear. What really struck me is the use of student, which is singular and their, which is tedtawaljodotitidislinouhuany.coinfo, I wonder about the words, how bright future it is Addressing these two issues and the original matter of tense, I might rewrite it in the following way.
  7. Mikasida says:
    Think again, remember what we said Promises, how we both forget Even now I see it in your eyes When and why, and where was paradise? Something's been and gone When all is said and done, we were wrong Was that what it was? Was that what it was? Think again, remember what.

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