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It will not take long Ego to find us.

It will not take ego long to find us.


Is there any difference between there meaning and I suppose the second one is wrong?



"She told me something she should not have under the influence of alcohol.


Is there any other way to say "under the influence of alcohol" in short?

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Liton DasIt will not take long Ego to find us.
It will not take ego long to find us.

Is Ego a person's name? Or do you mean the English word "ego"?

Liton Das"She told me something she should not have under the influence of alcohol.
Is there any other way to say "under the influence of alcohol" in short?

Yes, "drunk", but you can't directly substitute it (it would result in a confusing sentence). You can say e.g.:

"She was drunk and told me something (that) she shouldn't have."

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Liton DasIt will not take long Ego to find us.
It will not take ego long to find us.

These are both incorrect. The following are correct:

It will not take long for Ego to find us.
It will not take Ego long to find us.
Ego will not take long to find us.

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Ego is a characters name from marvel cinematic universe in Hollywood.
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