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EsseQuamVideri EsseQuamVideri 22-25, F 7 Answers Oct 12, 2011

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again,again,again..oh no NOT again!

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You gain, and then again you gain.

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Please tell me again what information you sough when asking this question I wish to gain insight into it's meaning.

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I'm simply wondering how those two words can be so similar yet not at all. One is gain, the other is a-gain but is non pronounced as if there were simply an 'a' added to the front of it.

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Gain=getting something

Again=repetition of getting something

Yeah, BamPow is right, it should be regain; again should mean "not getting something" or "losing something" (because of the prefix a)

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It doen't!

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