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    Blur mind!

    Instructor’s advice is no absent.

    is it correct?

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    Re: Blur mind!

    it depends on what you would like to express. maybe a litter better would be "Instructor´s recommendation is no absent lessons" but I am not sure if it is the right meaning for your purpose.
    marketa


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    Re: Blur mind!

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Instructor’s advice is no absent.

    is it correct?

    Can you give more context? Without knowing what this is about, we cannot tell if it is correct or not.

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