By, Bye, Buy

J. Cheney

By is a preposition that means: near, beside or through.

He stood by his car and by his woman!

Bye is a greeting of departure.

"Bye!" I yelled to my friend as she drove away. "I'll see you tomorrow!"

Buy is a verb that means: to purchase.

I buy my groceries at Vons and Trader Joe's.

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  1. Did you (by, bye, buy) your books at the campus bookstore?
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  3. (By, bye, buy) going through these courses, I am learning much about the English language.
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  5. I needed to return to the store to (by, bye, buy) the right oil for the dressing.
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  7. (By, bye, buy) the way, can you come to my house later?
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  9. He said, "(By, Bye, Buy)" and ran off.
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