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    I use hierarchical form/term of address to address people who are older than me.

    1) I use hierarchical form/term of address to address people who are older than me.
    2) Sensei is a form of address use for addressing teacher in Japan.



    Can I construct the above sentences in such way? Please advice.

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    Re: I use hierarchical form/term of address to address people who are older than me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jit833 View Post
    1) I use a hierarchical form/term of address to address people who are older than me.
    2) Sensei is a form of address used for addressing teachers in Japan.

    Can I construct the above sentences in such way? Please advise.
    There you go.

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