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I used to smoke a lot, but I have given up smoking now.
  • date unknown
linked to #142397
linked to #381471
  • Scott
  • May 18th 2010, 19:58
linked to #390612
  • Scott
  • May 18th 2010, 20:11
linked to #390622
linked to #449735
linked to #1776099
linked to #484898

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Sentence #272173

I used to smoke a lot, but I have given up smoking now.

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May 18th 2010, 20:07
uhm, they are not exactly the same thing, French and English...
May 18th 2010, 20:12
The meaning is the same I believe. Added another translation.
May 18th 2010, 20:39
I don't see the advantage to have two very similar sentences, when also here one is not the accurate translation of the other.
May 18th 2010, 20:57
Both sentences have the same meaning. They're just worded slightly differently. We're not supposed to be constrained to making word for word translations.

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