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    Hey guys!!
    I am struggling with this question so bad, and help is welcome!

    Tim sells T-shirt. Amy calls and says she "could pay up to 60£ if the shirt is original one" - in my opinion, not a offer, but ITT, because of 'could'
    Tim says it is original and "Amy says she would give Tim £50 for T-shirt" - offer?
    Tim says " didnt you say 60?" - what is this, request for information?
    Amy: "ok, 60". - ??? Is this a new offer or what? a person can't make a counter offer on their own offer right? I'm getting so confused
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    * any* help, sorry :P
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    Sounds like Amy is trying to pull a fast one
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    A counter-offer revokes the original offer, but that is completely irrelevant on these facts, is it not? Either way, there is an offer from Amy to buy at £60, so Tim could presumably not care less whether the offer to buy at £50 has been revoked or not.
 
 
 
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