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    #1

    Hi some questions here

    1) What is the difference in pronouncing /^/ and ( the symbols which represent the opposite side of /e/ , sorry, but I don't know how to type it, and can you suggest any other phrase which is synonym of the opposite side above?)
    2)I've heard the phrase: Long-haul flight, yet I think long is enough here or we can replace it by lengthy flight, is it acceptable? Is there a change in meaning?
    3)"If you have difficulties in reading the article, equip yourself with (or not?) a dictionary"

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    #2

    Re: Hi some questions here

    2 'Long haul' is a standard term, so changing it is not a good idea in the context of travelling.
    3 I would use 'use/get a dictionary'


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    Re: Hi some questions here

    How about equip? Can we use it with with?

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