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    Is the sentence clear?


    Basing on actual experience or perceptual knowledge would help you a lot, while without the experience or knowledge you might feel not so easy to understand my introduction.

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    Prior knowledge of the topics discussed in this introduction is recommended.

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    Hi Francois,

    I didn't get you well.

    In a conversation:

    A: I'd be very pleased to listen to you if you introduce some techniques of driving a big airplane.

    B: (Your listening) Based on actual experience or perceptual knowledge would help you a lot (in understanding my introduction), while without the experience or knowledge, you might feel not so easy to understand my introduction.

    That is, the subject has been missed out.

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    OK, I thought it was for some kind of essay.
    I'm afraid it will be difficult for me to make a clear introduction if you have no practical knowledge.

    FRC

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    Hi Francois, what did "practical knowledge' refer to?

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