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    #1

    what does "oblivious " mean?

    i would like an answer please!
    Last edited by julianna; 13-Jan-2010 at 19:56.

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    #2

    Re: what does "oblivious " mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by julianna View Post
    i want an answer please!
    oblivious means not conscious of something, especially what is happening around you.

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    #3

    Re: what does "oblivious " mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by julianna View Post
    i want an answer please!
    Try to be more polite, "I would like an answer please" would be a good start.

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    #4

    Re: what does "oblivious " mean?

    i don't need someone to teach me how to be "polite"...
    u could say ur word in other way...

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    Re: what does "oblivious " mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by julianna View Post
    i don't need someone to teach me how to be "polite"...
    u could say ur word in other way...
    Yes, we all need some respect. I notice that you have edited your post all the same.

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    #6

    Re: what does "oblivious " mean?

    i said "'please", it's same, and i asked for the meaning, if u didn't want to answer me, u could save ur word..

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    #7

    Re: what does "oblivious " mean?

    Julliana, bhaisahab is one of the most respected teachers in the forums. He is right and deserves respect and gratitude.


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    Re: what does "oblivious " mean?

    yes i know he is, and i respect him,and i know that i was some wrong, but he had not to speak to me that way, he said that i am impolite, does he have the right to say that????

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    #9

    Re: what does "oblivious " mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by julianna View Post
    yes i know he is, and i respect him,and i know that i was some wrong, but he had not to speak to me that way, he said that i am impolite, does he have the right to say that????
    Juliana, you may or may not accept my advice, but please remember, in the life of a human being, three persons have the right to show the path to manner, behavior and dealing with others. First and second are the persons who give birth, that is one’s own father and mother and the third is the person who gives knowledge, that is the teacher.

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    Re: what does "oblivious " mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Try to be more polite, "I would like an answer please" would be a good start.
    Quote Originally Posted by julianna View Post
    yes i know he is, and i respect him,and i know that i was some wrong, but he had not to speak to me that way, he said that i am impolite, does he have the right to say that????
    If you look again at my post julianna, I think you will find that what I wrote was quite reasonable, I didn't accuse you of being impolite, I simply asked you to be more polite.

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