Which opinion do YOU prefer?
- If someone can do it, let him do it! If noone can do it, how can I do it?
- If someone can do it, I can do it! If noone can do it, I must do it!
let me / let us / let him, her / let them (do):
Let me help you! Let us go for a walk. Let him stay with us. Let them go anywhere they want.
can (do), must (do) – see also: like, can, want
some: Some people like to go dancing, some people prefer staying at home.
no: I have no time for this, I am very busy! = I don’t have any time for this.
any: I don’t know any songs. Do we have any milk at home?
every: Every child loves presents.
someone / something / somewhere / somehow
anyone / anything / anywhere / anyhow
everyone / everything / everywhere
noone / nothing / nowhere
Let’s check what we know:
you’ll end up… = in the end you are…
freedom = when you are free
fear = what you feel when you are afraid
to have a look
to hurt: my eyes hurts, it hurts
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