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Hello everybody. Will you please take a look and try to help me with the following?

A: It seems that everything I say to you goes in one ear and out the other.
B: Well, I guess that’s why I’ve got two ears.

I have to analyse this dialogue from a syntactic point of view and I do not remember these aspects very well. I searched and I did my best but I want to make sure it is correct. This is mine:

A: It (preparatory) + V (seems) + S (Noun Clause) (that everything goes in one ear and out the other) -----> Restrictive Relative Clause (I say to you)

B: S (I) + V(guess) + DO (that's) -----> SC (why I've got two years)

And will you also please tell me what else should I take into consideration when analysing this syntactically? I think it has to be something more because that's a paper I have to write about this short dialogue.
Thank you very much and have a very nice day.
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I think you understand it.

Just one little thing.

B: Well I guess that's why I have two ears.

We do not have got

The contraction I've is for I have
This is a very common mistake made by so many and caught by few.

Did I confuse you further?Emotion: thinking

K.
=^^=
Thank you so much.

No problem for the correction. But I have to leave it like that way because I got like that. I cannot change it. I was just asked to comment upon it from a syntactic, semantic and pragmatic point of view.

Have a nice day and thank you again you took interest in it.
Bye!
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