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Old June 26, 2008, 11:02 PM
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Other examples:

Engineer, You will you let me stay in the office, please?

It was a big mistake to set the meat on top of the microwave oven.

The teacher will set the books on the table of the drawing room.

I hope you all are well.

Have a good night.
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Let me stay here.
(Permite que yo me quede aquí.) (Déjame quedar aquí.)

Will you let me stay here?
(¿Me permites quedar aquí?) (¿Está bien que yo me quede aquí?)
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