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  1. tachi
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    (When editing your work you must have some detachment. It is perhaps easier to edit the work of others.)

    :)
    what does that mean?
    i really don't understand....
    reviewing my voc now......

  2. tachi
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    (When editing your work you must have some detachment. It is perhaps easier to edit the work of others.)

    :)
    what does that mean?
    i really don't understand....
    reviewing my voc now......

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    #13
    When you look at your own work, you see it with biased eyes, or, at least, it all looks familiar. An outsider can look more objectively.

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    #14
    When you look at your own work, you see it with biased eyes, or, at least, it all looks familiar. An outsider can look more objectively.

  3. tachi
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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    When you look at your own work, you see it with biased eyes, or, at least, it all looks familiar. An outsider can look more objectively.
    ......
    really???
    but really i didnt copy....
    i swear....

  4. tachi
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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    When you look at your own work, you see it with biased eyes, or, at least, it all looks familiar. An outsider can look more objectively.
    ......
    really???
    but really i didnt copy....
    i swear....

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    #17
    That's not what I meant at all. If you read my work, you might spot mistakes I missed. That's all.

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    #18
    That's not what I meant at all. If you read my work, you might spot mistakes I missed. That's all.

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    #19
    It's easier for me to find Tdol's mistakes than it is for him.

    :wink:

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    #20
    It's easier for me to find Tdol's mistakes than it is for him.

    :wink:

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