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    #1

    Cool in groups of three

    Hello!

    Does the following sentence make sense, please?

    "I need to match these cards in group of three. "

    THanks a lot
    WIll

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    #2

    Re: in groups of three

    Put the typo right and it makes sense, Will.

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    Cool Re: in groups of three

    Thank you Rover.

    I don't understand your comment about the typo, I'm sorry. What do you mean?

    edit: I got it ! : in groups

    Thanks a lot
    Last edited by Will17; 30-Aug-2011 at 11:34. Reason: I understand now!

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