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Hello,

" I want to stay here for another three hours."

I was in my friend's house. I had stayed there for 2 hours when I said

" I want to stay here for another 3 hours."

Do I have to stay 3 hours or more first, before I can say FOR ANOTHER 3 HOURS ?

I got the idea from a song of Jason Mraz (Life is Wonderful) "It takes the one to have the other"

Does this make sense?

Thank you!
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Hi,

" I want to stay here for another three hours."

I was in my friend's house. I had stayed there for 2 hours when I said

" I want to stay here for another 3 hours."

Do I have to stay 3 hours or more first, before I can say FOR ANOTHER 3 HOURS ? No. Really, it's an ambiguous thing to say, but the context usualy makes the meaning clear.

I got the idea from a song of Jason Mraz (Life is Wonderful) "It takes the one to have the other"

Does this make sense?

Clive
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Thanks Clive!