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Title: Which one by, bye, or buy?
Post by: jt72 on June 11, 2021, 10:41:13 AM
by, bye and buy

1. "by" means "near" or "next to"
 "by" is also used to "clarify something"
    Go stand "by" [next to] the tree.
    The book was written "by" May Mayberry.

2. "Bye!" means "farewell" or "so long."
 "bye" is a shorter way to say, "Goodbye."
            "Bye", I'll see you later.

3. "Buy" means "purchase".
        I will " buy" Mary a new book.

Did he "buy" [believe] your story?

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