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    #1

    Wink Jin-deuk has never been one/I think it'll hit it big

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    hi teacher

    i cant understand the meaning of these senteces could you mind tell me the meaning?

    00:24:20,192 --> 00:24:22,024
    I think it'll hit it big.
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    00:24:22,161 --> 00:24:24,647
    It won't last long though.
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    00:24:24,722 --> 00:24:29,921
    Jin-deuk has never been one
    to last long in anything.

    so thanks


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    Re: Jin-deuk has never been one/I think it'll hit it big

    Firstly - what are those numbers you keep inserting?

    Secondly, what is the context in which these sentences appear?

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    Re: Jin-deuk has never been one/I think it'll hit it big

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Firstly - what are those numbers you keep inserting?

    Secondly, what is the context in which these sentences appear?
    I think it must be a part of a subtitle file for a movie. They look like this. The numbers indicate the time when the lines are to be displayed.


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    Re: Jin-deuk has never been one/I think it'll hit it big

    Quote Originally Posted by mmasny View Post
    I think it must be a part of a subtitle file for a movie. They look like this. The numbers indicate the time when the lines are to be displayed.
    Thank you. You may well be right, but Oh, wouldn't it be helpful to have an answer from the OP!

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