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Meaning of "There's no point"


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Meaning of "There's no point" #31 (permalink) Thu Aug 16, 2012 15:08 pm   Meaning of "There's no point"
 

thank you dear beesnees

I think i made a mastake.

If we had " I have no idea" among answers, could we choose it?
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Meaning of "There's no point" #32 (permalink) Thu Aug 16, 2012 16:08 pm   Meaning of "There's no point"
 

I see what you are getting at, but it really wouldn't make that much sense, even then.
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Meaning of "There's no point" #33 (permalink) Mon Sep 17, 2012 7:05 am   Meaning of "There's no point"
 

Mike: 'I could try another
source if you like.'
Jane: '......... ' what does "source" here mean?
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Meaning of "There's no point" #34 (permalink) Mon Sep 17, 2012 7:14 am   Meaning of "There's no point"
 

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