What do you say buy or buy?

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What do you say buy or buy?

What do you say buy or buy?

The verb to buy, or to buy, identifies the purchase of a good, and can be written in both ways. In fact, the two forms have the same meaning, and the only difference is in use, because buying is decidedly more streamlined, current and even more used, while buying tends to disappear.

What do you accept?

Verb ACCEPT
PresentImperfect
Simple Timesthat I accept that you accept that he accepts that we accept that you accept that they acceptthat I accept that you accept that he accept that we accept that you accept that they accept

What do I pair?

Word OPINION
PresentImperfect
Simple Timesthat I look like you look like he look like we look like you look like they lookthat I looked like you looked like he looked like we looked like you looked like they looked like
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