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Hello. http://bit.ly/QrTNMz I've had my run What does "have one's run" mean?
 He's finished "running around"
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HUBLOTWhat does "have one's run" mean?
When plays, musicals, and the like are performed, they "run" for a certain amount of time. That's because, after running for month after month, the public is no longer interested, and audiences get smaller and smaller. Eventually, it's not ...
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Hello. - see someone at a distance - see someone in the distance Do these two mean the same thing?
 
HUBLOTHello.- see someone at a distance-...
Not quite.
They are not interchangeable in these two sentences.
He wears a bright yellow jacket so people can see him at a distance. (He will be visible from some far away vantage point.)
I was walking down the street and spied Mary in the distance ...
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Hello. http://bit.ly/1hxAMmu We started hanging out again soon after , and everything fell into place. Is the "after" necessary? ...
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How about "We started hanging out again soon, and everything fell into place"?
 
HUBLOTIs the "after" necessary?
It's probably a reference to the time period mentioned earlier in the text, and in that case it's necessary.
We were introduced at a company meeting. We found that we had a lot of interests in common. We started hanging out again soon after ...
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is it okay to say "Nice to see you" no "Nice to meet you" when you are introduced a person?
  (Peter Robinson, Not Safe After Dark)
When do you say, "Nice to see you"?
 When you wish to express pleasure at seeing somebody you know.
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(From The Memoirs of an American Gladiator by Johnny R. Thomas) It was unbelievable what I read. Does "It" mean "what I read"?
 Yes, this is an example of the anticipatory "it" (a type of cleft sentence).
http://grammar.about.com/od/ab/g/Post-positive-Adjective.htm
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