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    Question the use of two words.

    Can i please get help knowing what:the use of two words means because its driving me crazy and there is no site on the internet that can tell what it means.It drives me crazy because i can't finding meaning these subject.please for some help...

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    Re: the use of two words.

    What are the two words?
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: the use of two words.

    Quote Originally Posted by kayleigh jibodh View Post
    Can I please get some help knowing what:the use with the definition of two words means because it's driving me crazy. and There is no site on the internet that can tell me what it means they mean. It drives me crazy because i can't finding meaning these subject. Please for some help. ...
    Note my changes above. Start every sentence with a capital letter, always capitalise the word "I" and put a space after every full stop.

    What are the two words you are having trouble with?

    Your member profile says that your native language is American English. Are you sure that is correct?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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