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    #11

    Re: a symbol of letting go of the past

    my pleasure,angliholic

    so you are another English teacher then?
    Sorry,but I'm just such a nosy person.

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    #12

    Re: a symbol of letting go of the past

    Quote Originally Posted by beascarpetta View Post
    my pleasure,angliholic

    so you are another English teacher then?
    Sorry,but I'm just such a nosy person.
    Hi,

    You'll never know what an English teacher is really like here until you learn and teach Chinese in your homeland for a few years.

    No, you're not nosy at all! And thank you for your help all the while.

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