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Monday, April 4, 2011

Poll Results 128

Here was the question:

Which is correct?
A) How long have you known Sam?
B) How long have you known, Sam?

28 (28%)
0 (0%)
Neither A nor B
1 (1%)
Both could be correct.
71 (71%)

Congrats to 71% of you.
You would say A when you are asking how long someone has known an individual named Sam.
You would say B when you are asking Sam how long he has known something.

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