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    #11
    No. Why hurt? :D
    Not at all.
    No worries. 8)

    How can you breath with 3 'negatives' appearing at the beginning of this post! :wink: :D


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    #12
    It is not recommended to breathe NO˛ indeed.

    FRC

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    #13
    hi blacknomi:
    that was because it was the first time i attend this kind of forum. and i did't know exactly what the symbols looking like men's faces really meant. or i may have pressed them accidentally.
    by the way could you tell me the differences between I and i . I have seen some people used i at the beginning of each sentence.why do they use it that way.
    and as you know ,i am a teacher. according to your own experience, in what way i could do to improve my teaching skills? and i am always feeling that i myself am not sure of many vocabularies and western customs and culture. could you suggest me some excellent website about western customs and culture?
    thank you very much !
    weiqun ding.


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    #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
    It is not recommended to breathe NO˛ indeed.

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    #15
    weiqun ding,

    Always capatalize 'I' when you refer to a personal pronoun.
    I'm not sure if there's any psychology or philosophy behind those who use the lower case 'i'. Perhaps laziness visits him. 8)

    I do recommend you this forum.
    Here are the reasons,

    1. It's easier to post.
    2. It's user-friendly interface.
    3. Native speakers here are knowledgeable and hilarious.
    4. Non-native speakers are nice and cool.
    5. They have great grammatical points.
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    100. Anyway STICK TO IT :D


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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
    It is not recommended to breathe NO˛ indeed.

    FRC
    Don't blush, that was just a remark in passing ;)

    1. It's easier to post.
    2. It's user-friendly interface.
    3. Native speakers here are knowledgeable and hilarious.
    4. Non-native speakers are nice and cool.
    5. They have great grammatical points.
    In #1 I would put:
    1. You can't beat free, quality help and advice.

    FRC


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    #17
    NO˛
    How can you make that little 2 on the corner?


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    #18
    The key above <tab> is <˛> on my (French) keyboard.

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    #19
    Mine is tilde. 8)

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