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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 4 weeks ago

"I've come here just to say that I hate you." Or, "I've just come here to say you that I hate you."?

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  • Cogito
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    4 weeks ago
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    I hope that no-one is planning to actually say either of those sentences, as that would be childish and very ignorant.

    But either "I've just come here to say that I hate you," or, "I've just come to tell you that I hate you," would be grammatically correct.

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  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    1) your only purpose is to say...

    2) you have recently arrived to say ....(or as 1) 

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  • 4 weeks ago

    Both are grammatically correct but it depends whether or not you want to imply that, all you came to say is i hate you, or you came just now to say i hate you

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