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Originally Posted by laepelba View Post
In fact, "I got it" is one of the few times in English where you can drop the subject pronoun ... you can say "Got it!" and it is understood that "I got it." ..... and it sounds better, too.
Yes Man'an got it.
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aquel, demonstratives, éste, former, latter


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