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    No Regret

    Dear Teachers,

    A. Do not do what you have to regret later, just take my advice, I'm more experienced than you buddy!
    - Is this sentence correct to write?

    Thanks a million!

    Namsteven

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    Re: No Regret

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    Just a little off. I would use:

    Don't do what you'll regret later. Just take my advice; I'm more experienced than you, buddy!

    ... and then I would prepare to get punched in the nose for my presumptuousness.
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