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Author: LOLO | Published: 22-04-2012 | Times seen: 1001423 | Category: English Grammar: Beginners

 

I know you do or I know you know

 

Hi to everyone, I'm new here and I have a silly question and I hope that you can help me with it.
If I'm talking to someone in a conversation, and he or she tells me "I know", and I quickly reply to him or her "I know you do", would that be gramatically correct?
I don't know if I should say that or something like "I know you know".
Maybe the last option sounds a little bit weird?
Thanks in advance, guys.

 

Author: Mike | Published: 22-04-2012 | Times seen: 1001422 | Category: English Grammar: Beginners

 

Re: [LOLO] I know you do or I know you know

 

Hello, Lolo!

I know you do is OK.

Another example:
Mary: I want to go, John.
John: I know you do. (= I know you want to go.)

Best regards,
Mike

 

Author: LOLO | Published: 22-04-2012 | Times seen: 1001419 | Category: English Grammar: Beginners

 

Re: [Mike] I know you do or I know you know

 

Thanks for your answer...it was really useful.
Thanks a lot.

 

 

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