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    #11

    Thumbs up Re: Question about the time

    Quote Originally Posted by thestudentproofreader
    Also- good to meet you- I hope we engage in many discussions
    Nice to meet you too. For sure, I like discussions, though my language is poor--unfortunately! Hope you, among others, will help me improve it!

    Take care,
    Nyggus


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    #12

    Re: Question about the time

    No worries, Nyggus, feel free to ask away

    http://www.studentproofreader.com

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    #13

    Re: Question about the time

    Quote Originally Posted by thestudentproofreader
    No worries, Nyggus, feel free to ask away
    Thanks, Thestudentproofreader ! And, then, my first question follows directly from your post--what does "to ask away" mean?

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    #14

    Re: Question about the time

    Nyggus- 'ask away' is a common English expression, which simply means- 'feel free to ask'

    It's my attempt at making you feel at ease

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    #15

    Re: Question about the time

    Quote Originally Posted by thestudentproofreader
    It's my attempt at making you feel at ease
    Thanks--it's been a fruitfull attempt!
    Best,
    Nyggus

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