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Dear Teachers,

1. - Tell me a little bit more about yourself!
-Introduce something more about yourself!
-Which sentence is right?

2. - She’s so into me.
-I’m so into her.
-She’s so crazy about me.
-Which sentence is right?

3.What’s the difference between “So be it!” and “Let it be!”
4.Recently this relationship took another twist.
-This means “……………………relationship had another trouble”, right?

5.If you stay in contact with him.
-Can I say “If you keep/stay contacting with him”?

6.It could take you as much as a year to get over this.
“as much as” means “about” and “get over” means “overcome or get through”, right?

- Thanks a lot to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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Hi,

1. - Tell me a little bit more about yourself!
-Introduce something more about yourself!
-Which sentence is right? The first one is right. The second is odd.

2. - She’s so into me.
-I’m so into her.
-She’s so crazy about me.
-Which sentence is right? They'reall OK, for very informal speech. The first two might just mean 'he/she is very interested in me', while the third one means 'she loves me a lot!'.

3.What’s the difference between “So be it!” It means 'OK, if that is what must happen, then we'll just let it happen'. and “Let it be!” This is not so commonly said. The meaning may depend a bit on the context. I'd take it to mean 'Don't interfere with the situation'. Or more physically, eg in the case of a sleeping rhinocerous, don't wake it up.


4.Recently this relationship took another twist.
-This means “……………………relationship had another trouble”, right? No. It means that the nature of the relationship changed in an unexpected way.

5.If you stay in contact with him. This really stresses 'don't lose awareness of where he is'.
-Can I say “If you keep/stay contacting with him”? This is slightly odd English, and stresses 'constantly communicate with him'.

6.It could take you as much as a year to get over this.
“as much as” means “about” it means 'up to a year, but possibly less' and “get over” means “overcome or get through”, yes right?


Best wishes, Clive
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Stevenukd
Dear Teachers,

-Which sentence is right?

3.What’s the difference between “So be it!” and “Let it be!”
4.Recently this relationship took another twist.
-This means “……………………relationship had another trouble”, right?

Stevenukd.

When used as meaning "let it be so", it is synonymous with "so be it".