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    NewHope is offline Senior Member
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    Good news

    Please edit it:

    Having understood this, we hurried to say good news, good news indeed to him. Mr.Chen was joyful like a child, saying continually: Yes, good news, good news.

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    Re: Good news

    hurried to congratulate him on the good news. (at least I think that's what you're trying to say)

    and put quotes around Mr. Chen's statement

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    Hi AF,

    Here is the context. Please edit the paragraph in bold font.

    Seeing that we were puzzled, Mr. Chen went on to explain that he has had a vein thrombus, and was in the hospital for two months not long ago. This morning he saw his doctor, and was given a clean bill of health.

    Hearing this, we immediately congratulated him:"Good news, good news indeed!" Elated, Mr.Chen looked like a child, saying repeatedly: "Yes, good news, good news indeed!"

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