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    #1

    start helping or start to help

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    Re: start helping or start to help

    I would use "realizing" instead of "coming to the conclusion" in that sentence.

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    Re: start helping or start to help

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    Your editing of your post has made the thread pointless. Please don't edit posts after they have received a response.

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