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    #1

    Which sentence sounds better?

    hello
    I'm not a native English speaker writing a reply email to a native and i don't want it to sound silly :D
    i would really appreciate it if you could answer my question
    i want to know which of the following sentences sounds better ...
    (I know you will see this since you keep on snooping through my stuff)
    or
    (i know u will see this, since u have been snooping through my stuff)

    note that the person does the act of snooping every now and then... if that makes any sense

    and if the following sentence makes sense ...
    "when someone, that’s never been outside their tiny little world n thinks they’ve seen it all, makes fun of sth just because they don't know what it is.
    how else could i say that

    Thank you very much

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    #2

    Re: Which sentence sounds better?

    ***** NOT A TEACHER *****

    Hello, Ratseeker:

    Someone will soon answer your question.

    I just wanted to respectfully let you know something.

    The moderators become rather upset when members write "i" for "I"; "u" for "you"; and "n" for "and."


    (You still have time to edit your post, I think.)
    Last edited by TheParser; 23-Sep-2015 at 18:26.

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