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1.Someone in the office always tells me the truth.
2.Someone in the office tell me the truth
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HI,

second sentence should be: Someone in the office tells me the truth.

The difference is "always"

1.He always tells you the truth.
2.He tells you the truth once

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1.Someone in the office always tells me the truth.
2.Someone in the office tell me the truth
My friend says those are diffrent. He's from usa
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"Someone" needs to take "tells."

Unless you are ordering someone (anyone) in the office to tell you the truth: Someone in the office, tell me the truth! (As in "One you students, open the door, please.") Note you need the comma.
u're right yeap it's true
Matthew.90u're right yeap it's true

Matthew, please make every effort to use proper words like "you" instead of "u" and to use correct capitalization and grammar. This is a site for learning proper English.

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Apologize you. I'd forgotten this
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