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What is right friend telling you about that or or your friend told you about that?

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If you are talking about gramatically it depends on the tense. Your friend telling you about that is present tense, she is telling you right now. But your friend told you about that is past tense, she told you before.

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He may have been counting on you telling her. Using psychology, knowing you would most likely tell her being her friend.


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