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Dear Teachers,

1.Have you ever gotten back together with an ex?
-Can I say “gone back or come back” here?

2.– In this day and age.
-This means “in nowadays”, right?

3.This is not very accurate.
-This means “this is not very exactly/correct/right”, right?

4.“Till death do you part”
-What does this mean?

5.My heart goes out to all of you.
-This means “My heart is in sympathy with all of you”, right?

6.If you feel that by telling him the truth, you’ll lose him, so be it!
-What does “So be it!” mean?

- Thanks a lot to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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1. "gone back" might be possible. Not "come back"
2. "nowadays", yes. (Not "in nowadays".)
3. Yes. Not very precise or exact. (Not "exactly"; "exact".)
4. Until death parts you. Until death separates you. Until you die.
5. Yes.
6. "So be it" means "then let it be that way", "let it be like that".

CJ
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Hi,

1.Have you ever gotten back together with an ex?
-Can I say “gone back or come back” here? 'Gotten back' is what you usually hear. The others sound a bit odd, and would need some special kind of context..

2.– In this day and age.


-This means “in nowadays”, right?Yes, it means 'nowadays'.

3.This is not very accurate.
-This means “this is not very exactly/correct/right”, right? It means 'it's not very exact'.

4.“Till death do you part”
-What does this mean? Until you both are separated by death. In other words, until one or both of you dies.

5.My heart goes out to all of you.
-This means “My heart is in sympathy with all of you”, right? Yes, simply put.

6.If you feel that by telling him the truth, you’ll lose him, so be it!
-What does “So be it!” mean? It means 'OK, it can go ahead and happen that way'. In other words, 'Go ahead and tell him, and accept the fact that you will lose him'.


Best wishes, Clive