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    Thank, Cas, hopefully it'll help me. :P
    Sorry, my computer seem to have stuck, so I posted my reply at the top.
    Anyway, Thanks again. :P

    You are most welcome. :D

    Why use the "razz" ( :P ) emoticon? :(
    What's wrong with this?
    Is this better :( ?

    Strange, I thought people like smiles.
    Ok, I'll mean it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yulia
    What's wrong with this :P ?
    Is this better :( ?

    Strange, I thought people like smiles.
    Ok, I'll mean it.
    Each emoticon has a meaning. For example,

    :D Very Happy
    :) Smile
    :( Sad
    :o Surprised
    Shocked
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    8) Cool
    Laughing
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    :mad: Very Mad
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    Quote Originally Posted by yulia
    What's wrong with this :P ?
    Is this better :( ?

    Strange, I thought people like smiles.
    Ok, I'll mean it.
    Each emoticon has a meaning. For example,

    :D Very Happy
    :) Smile
    :( Sad
    :o Surprised
    Shocked
    :? Confused
    8) Cool
    Laughing
    :x Mad
    :mad: Very Mad
    :P Razz (i.e. joking with you play; playing with you)
    Oops (embarrassed)
    Cry
    Evil
    Twisted Evil
    Rolling Eyes
    :wink: Wink
    Exclamation
    Question
    Idea
    Thanks, Cas, I know that. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by yulia
    Could you, please, help me with the identification of the gerund. I often happen to confuse it with the participle. Sometimes I can hardly distinguish the difference between gerund and participle.
    Thanks in advance.
    They are spelled the same, but they are used differently. A gerund is a noun, and a participle is a verb.

    :)

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