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In these two cases, Mary is going on a dangerous trip.

What do the two underlined sentences each mean?


Johnny: Oh Mary, do be careful, I don't know what I will do if you are hurt.
Mary: Worry not a hair on your head, Johnny.

Johnny: Oh Mary, do be careful, I don't know what I would do if you were hurt.
Mary: Oh Jonny, try not to be such a sop, will you?

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keannu2Worry not a hair on your head

Don't have even the slightest worry.

keannu2try not to be such a sop

Try not to be so foolish.

CJ