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    diasator

    1. We are going to put on clothes in white to commemorate those deceased in the disastor. (mean pay tribute to the desceased)

    2. We are going to put on clothes in white to show our support to all suffer from the disastor. (for both the desceased and survivors)

    Are the above understandings correct?


    Thank you.

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    Re: diasator

    1. We are going to put on clothes in white to commemorate those deceased in the disastor. (mean pay tribute to the desceased)
    2. We are going to put on clothes in white to show our support to all suffer from the disastor. (for both the desceased and survivors)


    Ju.
    1. We are going to wear white (clothes) to commemorate those who died/perished in the disaster.

    2. We are going to wear white (clothes) to show our support for all who suffered in the disaster.

    usually "clothes" is not necessary here.

    not a teacher

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