One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
One is in the same position or holds the same opinion as the previous speaker.‘“I haven't a clue!” “That makes two of us.”’
- ‘Hey, that makes two of us.’
- ‘‘Hmm… Then that makes two of us, Belle,’ David said, after tasting his own drink.’
- ‘‘Good - that makes two of us,’ LJ answered, smiling cheekily.’
- ‘‘Well that makes two of us,’ James said in a low voice, the finality of his tone chilling Adaela to the bone.’
- ‘‘Then that makes two of us,’ he stated, ‘Much as I love making words, I hate looking at the dictionary, I get so easily captivated by words that I lose myself.’’
- ‘I guess that makes two of us who don't know the meaning of the word.’
- ‘Well, that makes two of us, if the truth be known!’
- ‘‘Good, that makes two of us,’ he says lightly, and uses her elbow to steer her around to him.’
- ‘Well, that makes two of us then-I also have Elsa to thank for our meeting, which must have taken place about the same times as yours.’
- ‘‘Well that makes two of us… ‘Abby said as she stepped back over to Lindsey.’’
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