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1. Ninety percent of a women's pheromones come out the top of her head!

Do I need to put a "from" behind "come out" in written English?

2. A: Oh-oh, what about Ross?

B: I don't want to go into the whole thing, but umm, we have words and I kill him.

What does "have words" mean?

Thank you.
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1-- No.
2-- have an argument: 'Emotion: angry words'
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Hi,

The present tense makes it sound like a story, eg perhaps the speaker is describing a play that they are both performing in.

Best wishes, Clive
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Kanonathena I don't want to go into the whole thing, but umm, we have words and I kill him.
Those two verbs are at the present tense. Doesn't it sound strange ?
Wouldn't the past be more correct ?
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I see. Thank you Clive !