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letsgetlostagain letsgetlostagain 18-21, F 3 Answers Jan 28 in Doing Good

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Grammatically correct. It only suggests the speaker or writer is impressed - but not whether positively or negatively, though.<br />
So, grammatically correct, but highly ambiguous. If spoken, you would be giving audible and possibly also visual clues to convey your sense of value. In written English the reader will have to depend heavily on context.

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Grammatically, yes, no idea what it means though

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