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What does " due on"
" due next"
" I gotta roll over and die on my language goals"
mean?

I'm gonna have so much time for languages. nobody can tell me what to do! but just because I have two classes, three meetings
today.. and also presentation that's due on Friday.. also a translation that's due on Friday..
I also have a paper due next tuesday that I should start.. that don't mean I gotta roll over and die on my language goals! are you kidding? so in my busy, busy day today
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