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  1. xresident
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    word dividing

    Good late evening,
    I am a foreigner (Slovakia concretely) and learning English. I would like to know what my teacher couldnīt explain me and it is: How to divide words at the end of the line?
    Please could you show me how this secret works?
    Thanks

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    Re: word dividing

    Quote Originally Posted by xresident View Post
    Good late evening,
    I am a foreigner (Slovakia concretely) and learning English. I would like to know what my teacher couldnīt explain me and it is: How to divide words at the end of the line?
    Please could you show me how this secret works?
    Thanks
    Well, it's not a secret. You divide words between syllables. Example:
    My name is Onymous. I am learn-
    ing English and need to ask a question.
    Does that help?


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