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    Default Should I use swear-word or swear-words?

    Hello my dear and respected teachers,
    Suppose there is a bull standing on the road.A child is waiting for the bull to go.He's afraid of the bull so can I tell the child like...
    1 : "hello, don't be afraid of the bull,just go aside"?
    2 : "Walk aside a car is coming" correct?
    3 : "Don't use swear-word OR swear-words?

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    Default Re: Should I use swear-word or swear-words?

    Quote Originally Posted by twilit1988 View Post
    Hello my dear and respected teachers,
    Suppose there is a bull standing on the road.

    A child is waiting for the bull to go.He's afraid of the bull, so can I tell the child:
    1 : "Hello. Don't be afraid of the bull. Just go around it."
    2 : "Step aside, a car is coming."
    3 : "Don't use swear words." Right. Only use swear words if you have a dirty mouth.
    cb

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