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He always criticizes you. It has mean he does not respect you. or...
He always criticizes you. It is mean he does not respect you.

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He always criticizes you.It means he does not respect you.
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It is mean.
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He always criticizes you. It is mean, he does not respect you. Emotion: smile
(The comma helps give a break making it a seperate phrase that links on to the next)

I agree with Moli ,,,

He always criticizes you.It means he does not respect you ,,,,,

Does make sense

moliHe always criticizes you.It means he does not respect you.