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any difference between these 2 sentences?
he made believe not to hear me.
he made believe that he did not hear me.
actually, can u explain why the first sentence is correct
- BaggioLv 71 十年前最愛解答
he made believe not to hear me. – correct
Made believe = pretend
Not to hear me = noun clause
That is : He pretend (something) and that something is (not to hear me(.
Made believe has always to be followed by a noun clause.資料來源： Myself
- 1 十年前
"make believe " is a pharase = pretend, i don't think we can split it in this sentence
- 1 十年前
The first sentence is correct because "believe not " in (he made believe not to hear me) has turned into a noun.
"believe not" is describing a person that does not believe..
that's why first sentence is correct !!!資料來源： me,myself and I