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    #1

    Faux pas

    What is wrong with this?

    you need to make to pass

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    Re: Faux pas

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnweston View Post
    What is wrong with this?

    you need to make to pass
    The post? It's incomprehensible. The title seems to have no relevance, it's unclear what your question refers to, and you end it with a six-word phrase that doesn't make sense. You're a native English Teacher (you say). Could you ask a clear question in plain English?

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    #3

    Re: Faux pas

    What is the intended meaning?

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