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    A word I always hear but don't know what it is

    Teachers:

    I have come across this word so often but never got chance to see its spelling. It often appears in some native speakers' conversations.

    It sounds like "new-ons" or something very close to that.

    Any idea what exactly this word is supposed to be?

    Thanks!!!

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    Re: A word I always hear but don't know what it is


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