29 Nov 2020

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What is the difference between You've got a dress. I have a tux and You wear ('re wearing) a dress, I wear ('m wearing) a tux ?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

Good day, friends! Can these examples mean the same things? Can I use the 1st instead of the 2nd (I mean to imply the 2nd), just to be shorter? Thanks!
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