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    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    :D
    She has stolen 200-300 yuan on average from each of our pockets.
    :D
    I don't think there is any difference between yours and mine now. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AUTOMOON
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    I think you should confront her about your suspicions. It will be an uncomfortable situation, but it is not a very happy situation now, is it?

    Of course, I can't predict how she will respond. Perhaps she will deny that she has done anything wrong. That is something you must be prepared for. Also, I suggest that you carefully plan what you are going to say and when you say it. Also, make sure that more than one of you confronts her at the same time. It is best, I think, that you all agree on what to do.

    (Say: "What do you think?")

    :)
    We don't think it is sensible to confront her , due to the fact that we have nothing to support our suspicions.
    Even though we confronted her altogether, she is more than likely to deny all she had actually done. Probably she knew we are suspitious of her, but she still steal. You can predict, she doesn't feel any guilty at all.
    Actually, we treat her quite well. She doesn't feel a thing when steal. So
    she will not feel a thing even when we confront her.

    Thank you for your coucil , RonBee
    :)
    Well, it looks like you will have to catch her red handed (in the act), perhaps by returning some time sooner than she suspects. Otherwise, I guess you'll just have to do whatever you can to make sure your valuables are secure. It is a difficult situation.

    :(

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    May I make some suggestions?

    We don't think it is sensible to confront her , due to the fact that we have nothing to support our suspicions.
    Try:
    • We don't think it is sensible to confront her, because we have nothing to support our suspicions.

    Even though we confronted her altogether, she is more than likely to deny all she had actually done.
    Try:
    • Even if we confront her all at once, she is more than likely to deny everything.

    Probably she knew we are suspitious of her, but she still steal. You can predict, she doesn't feel any guilty at all.
    Try:
    • She probably knows we are suspicious of her, but she still steals from us. As you can imagine, she doesn't feel guilty at all.
    Actually, we treat her quite well. She doesn't feel a thing when steal. So
    she will not feel a thing even when we confront her.
    Try:
    • Actually, we treat her quite well. She doesn't feel guilty about stealing. So
      she will not feel a thing even when we confront her.
    Thank you for your coucil , RonBee
    Use counsel.

    You're welcome.

    :D

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