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    Quote Originally Posted by jiang
    Dear Mike,
    There were some mispellings (awould and Engliosh), which I think you did on purpose. Are there reasons behind them?

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    Old problem again.
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    Casiopea thinks so, too.
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    That first question is unbelievably bizarre. A circle that's a wedge short of perfection is surely not a circle.
    I think so too. :wink:
    Yes, some of these questions would be impossible for a native English speaker with a PhD in English. +|
    They were just typos, Jiang.

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    Hi Mike,

    Nice to hear from you again!

    Jiang

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    Dear Mike,
    There were some mispellings (awould and Engliosh), which I think you did on purpose. Are there reasons behind them?

    Jiang
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    Quote Originally Posted by jiang
    Old problem again.
    Jiang

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiang
    Casiopea thinks so, too.
    Jiang

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    That first question is unbelievably bizarre. A circle that's a wedge short of perfection is surely not a circle.
    I think so too. :wink:
    Yes, some of these questions would be impossible for a native English speaker with a PhD in English. +|
    They were just typos, Jiang.

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    to learn more about missing pieces read Shel Silverstein's THE MISSING PIECE MEETS THE BIG O

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    :)
    Thank you very much for your help. Unfortunately I can't find one.
    Best wishes,
    Jiang

    Quote Originally Posted by queenmaabd
    to learn more about missing pieces read Shel Silverstein's THE MISSING PIECE MEETS THE BIG O

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    If you can't find any of his books where you live, you can also try to download some of the poems he recited before passing away. I know there are many of them on line, and it's even funner to listen to them the way they were ment to be recited! Just type in Shel Silverstein in your search (e-mule, win-mx) and you'll get a bunch.

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    :)
    Thanks! I'll try.
    Best wishes,
    Jiang
    Quote Originally Posted by queenmaabd
    If you can't find any of his books where you live, you can also try to download some of the poems he recited before passing away. I know there are many of them on line, and it's even funner to listen to them the way they were ment to be recited! Just type in Shel Silverstein in your search (e-mule, win-mx) and you'll get a bunch.

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