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You mind if I join you?
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Sentence #280353

You mind if I join you?

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Nov 12th 2010, 21:03
If this is changed to : "Do you mind..." it will be a perfectly grammatical sentence.
If I may be cynical here, does "safe search" protect unsuspecting learners of English from "casual" [substandard] sentences?
Nov 13th 2010, 01:32
> does "safe search" protect unsuspecting learners of English from "casual" [substandard] sentences?

no, but tags like 'colloquial', 'slang', etc...are meant for that

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