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    P. T. O.

    I got a letter of someone and there was written P.T.O. at the end of it.
    What does the P.T.O. mean? Please, answer...

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    It means 'Please Turn (the page) Over'. ;)

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    Thank you so much!! I really can not speak good english at all.

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    Are there some other well known abbreviations in English? Like TLC... What does it mean?

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    Are there some other well known abbreviations in English? Like TLC... What does it mean?
    tender loving care

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    As Soon As Possible. ;)

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    GSOH = Good Sese Of Humour

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lenka
    Are there some other well known abbreviations in English? Like TLC... What does it mean?
    A group of 3 girls. hehe

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    Can I write BBQ instead of barbecue? Do you use it?

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    Why not? :)

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