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  1. Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    #11
    Yes, how did you know?


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    #12
    Don't you forget Delphi? Plus I asked you before. Hm, someone is aging gracefully there. 8) :D

    http://forums.delphiforums.com/dir-a...mp;uid=8544313

  2. Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    #13
    I hadn't thought of that- you'd make a good detective.

  3. Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    #14
    I hadn't thought of that- you'd make a good detective.


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    #15
    NO.
    I just payed very little attention. That's all. :)


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    #16
    NO.
    I just payed very little attention. That's all. :)

  4. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    I'm not going to edit your essay. But Kyoto is really an amazing antique city that has much valuable historical significance.

    Just one demerit : English is not comprehensible in Kyoto. When I talked to them, they ran away like seeing a ghost or what!
    well in japan most ppl don't speak english
    the ones that do are usually in tokyo

  5. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    I'm not going to edit your essay. But Kyoto is really an amazing antique city that has much valuable historical significance.

    Just one demerit : English is not comprehensible in Kyoto. When I talked to them, they ran away like seeing a ghost or what!
    well in japan most ppl don't speak english
    the ones that do are usually in tokyo


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    #19
    Quote Originally Posted by gonghai
    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    I'm not going to edit your essay. But Kyoto is really an amazing antique city that has much valuable historical significance.

    Just one demerit : English is not comprehensible in Kyoto. When I talked to them, they ran away like seeing a ghost or what!
    well in japan most ppl don't speak english
    the ones that do are usually in tokyo
    If I get some time, I'll learn Japanese. I'm considering language-exchange now, but I'm afraid once I started to learn Hapanese, I would forget English day by day. :( How can one have the cake and eat it? :wink:

    Please correct my sentence if there is any mistake. Thank you.


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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by gonghai
    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    I'm not going to edit your essay. But Kyoto is really an amazing antique city that has much valuable historical significance.

    Just one demerit : English is not comprehensible in Kyoto. When I talked to them, they ran away like seeing a ghost or what!
    well in japan most ppl don't speak english
    the ones that do are usually in tokyo
    If I get some time, I'll learn Japanese. I'm considering language-exchange now, but I'm afraid once I started to learn Hapanese, I would forget English day by day. :( How can one have the cake and eat it? :wink:

    Please correct my sentence if there is any mistake. Thank you.

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