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    Hi friends and sirs,please clarify the following doubt.
    palm is one of the part of our hand in the same way what do we call the reverse side of of our palm?

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    Re: A

    Quote Originally Posted by computer12312 View Post
    Hi friends and sirs,please clarify the following doubt.
    palm is one of the part of our hand in the same way what do we call the reverse side of of our palm?
    The back of your/my/his/her hand. And please understand that (1) "A" is not a very descriptive title and (2) sirs can be friends too.


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    Re: A

    computer, welcome to Using English.

    Please make sure you give your threads titles that tell us what you're asking. "A" is not a useful title. You could have called it "Reverse side of our palm" or just "Palm."

    Also, we hope you'll adopt good habits early and use capital letters.

    Finally, many of us are women. You can start with "Hi friends" if you wish (it's nice and friendly) or you can just jump in and ask your question, but I feel insulted when questions start with "sir."

    I hope you'll find this forum a good fit for your needs in learning English.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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