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    #1

    Unhappy Help

    Does Amerian or people who speak English use often
    this word 'zero beginner'?

    For example, one of my friends are not really good at driving a car, because
    she has just started to learn to drive lately. Then can i call her zero
    beginner?
    Last edited by Flyby; 12-Mar-2008 at 14:37.

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    #2

    Re: Help

    Is this a new slang word (zero beginner"?)

    People who are called "zero" will be insulted. Being a "zero" means having no use or talent at all.

    Better to just call her a beginner or "newbie."

    Her driving will improve with practice.

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