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  1. sage
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    i've got a problem!

    2.Have you gone ruts over the lack of female companion for too long?

    Q2: rut (1) what does it mean here?
    (2) misprint?

    thank you so much^^


    The book i bought is fulled of a great deal of misprints!!! = =""


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    That should, IMO, be gone nuts. ;)

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    Re: i've got a problem!

    Quote Originally Posted by sage
    2.Have you gone ruts over the lack of female companion for too long?

    Q2: rut (1) what does it mean here?
    (2) misprint?

    thank you so much^^


    The book i bought is fulled of a great deal of misprints!!! = =""
    I'd ask for my money back. "Gone nuts" means "gone crazy". :wink:

  3. sage
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    1. thanks shane and MikeNewYork ^^
    2.excuse me shane, what 's IMO? thanks

  4. sage
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    It's the one with both beauty and class a graceful and excellent figure, long shapely legs....

    Does any mistake show up among this paragraph?
    ex: dose it need a comma after the word 'class' ?


    thanks i appreciate your help!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by sage
    2.excuse me shane, what 's IMO? thanks
    IMO means 'In My Opinion'. It's an initialism used mainly in Internet chat. :)

    HTH (Hope That Helps)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sage
    It's the one with both beauty and class a graceful and excellent figure, long shapely legs....

    Does any mistake show up among this paragraph?
    ex: dose it need a comma after the word 'class' ?


    thanks i appreciate your help!!
    First of all, assuming that the piece is talking about a woman, it might be better to start it with "She's the one". There definitely should be a comma after "class". :wink:

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    IMHO = In my humble opinion

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    Try:
    • She's the one with both beauty and class. She has a graceful and excellent figure and long, shapely legs.


    :D

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