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How you say you are living certain profession's life?

"Living the life of a [scientist]" (or whatever) can sometimes suggest that you are not actually part of that profession or group, but you just live like you are. For example, it is ...
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Difference between there will be no and there won't be

Using "won't" in place of "will not" OP's two sentences are : 1.I'm afraid there will be no time to see Granny. 2.I'm afraid there won't be time to see Granny. Where do we use &...
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