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    Question Most proper.

    Hello! I'm confused and need your help again.

    What does it mean: "Most proper." ?

    Glad to meet you. Most proper.
    Quite right. Most proper.

    Thank you in advance! :)
    Last edited by anastas1a; 23-Apr-2013 at 20:59.

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    Re: Most propper.

    For a start, it would help if you copied words correctly. You have spelt "proper" quite correctly in the quote, but you have spelt it incorrectly as "propper" in your title and the body of your post. Please edit your post to correct the spelling and then we will comment.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Most propper.

    Oh, my mistake. Sorry for that :)
    I edited the word.

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    Re: Most propper.

    It doesn't mean anything to me.

    I've never heard 'most proper' used like that.

    Rover

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