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  1. #11
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    Gotcha. Thanks. :D

    About quoting, start by highlighting the text you want to quote then click on the Quote button above. After you do that the quotation will look like this,
    Code:
    [quote="Casiopea"] blah-blah-blah. [/quote]
    . :D

    Hope that helps.

    Oh, and also, if you want to drop in a link, such as, say, Google, highlight the link then click on the URL button above. After you do that the link should look like this, Next, replace the second square bracket of [url] with the symbol =, like this,
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    [url]www becomes [url=www
    Then add a closing square bracket at the end of the address, after the last 'blah', and write in your link word(s), like this,
    Code:
    [url=www.htttp/blah-blah-blah]Source[/url]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    Gotcha. Thanks. :D

    About quoting, start by highlighting the text you want to quote then click on the Quote button above. After you do that the quotation will look like this,
    Code:
    [quote="Casiopea"] blah-blah-blah. [/quote]
    . :D

    Hope that helps.

    Oh, and also, if you want to drop in a link, such as, say, Google, highlight the link then click on the URL button above. After you do that the link should look like this, Next, replace the second square bracket of [url] with the symbol =, like this,
    Code:
    [url]www becomes [url=www
    Then add a closing square bracket at the end of the address, after the last 'blah', and write in your link word(s), like this,
    Code:
    [url=www.htttp/blah-blah-blah]Source[/url]

    Thanks. I'll have to keep the quote button in mind. I find remembering things like this to be helpful.

    Know what I mean? That's how I find it. :D :P

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    what does that mean?

    Thanks , Casiopea...

    You said :I see where MM is going, and as stated, 1. is OK,

    If 1 is ok, what does that mean?

    Best regards...

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    Re: what does that mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by nautes20
    Thanks , Casiopea...

    You said :I see where MM is going, and as stated, 1. is OK,

    If 1 is ok, what does that mean?

    Best regards...
    I believe MM is the one you should be asking. :wink:

    By the by, did you have a question about preparatory "it"?

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    Thanks a lot...but...

    Hi,

    I have an additional question...

    You said :1) is grammatically OK and not uncommon in the spoken language

    Others said that "found" is followed by a gerund.

    Could you explain "grammatically OK" in details?

    Best regards...

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