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Remember Me Lost Password Register. What I want to express: I didn't really know myself in the past. Even now I'm not sure if I know myself better. The suggestion I want to give without saying anything about the future : I don't know about the future but I doubt that I will ever really know myself. What should I say? I never really know myself. I never really knew myself. I have never really known myself.

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Answer C fits best in my opinion. This conveys the idea of something that began in the past and continued up to the present. I have to say, however, it seems an odd thing for someone to say.

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We should look to the past to learn from it, not destroy our future because of it — FounDit. Not to worry Yummyspringroll - you sound reassuringly like most of my students! I agree with NKM about the sentence "c" sounds better than "a" and "b". Ah Drago, what a sheltered life you live in your Scottish hide-away:- Anyway, your consternation gave me a giggle, so thanks for that! Drag0nspeaker wrote: I agree with NKM about the sentence "c" sounds better than "a" and "b". Ok, ok - what's going on? Hello Romany, Drag0nspeaker, by mistake, said NKM instead FounDit, and I tried to make a funny reply by mentioning another poster who had not commented in the thread.

I didn't mark my comment with a smiling face, whistling head or violinist because I don't like using these things I use them very reluctantly. Sorry, if I confused you. Have a nice weekend. I thought that the emoticon showed bubbles. Coag - Thank goodness you explained! Children's Children's 0 - 18 months 18 months - 3 years 3 - 5 years 5 - 7 years 7 - 9 years 9 - 12 years View all children's.

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