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    #11

    re: A newbie's question comes out of the blue ;-)

    very thank you, bhaisahab.


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    #12

    re: A newbie's question comes out of the blue ;-)

    ok i understand, Snowcake

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    #13

    re: A newbie's question comes out of the blue ;-)

    [OK, I understand.]

    'I' is capitalized.

    Just as a help for you.

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    #14

    re: A newbie's question comes out of the blue ;-)

    Suggestions, corrections, in blue.

    Quote Originally Posted by sgh View Post
    very thank you, bhaisahab.
    Thank you very much, bhaisahab.
    Welcome!



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    #15

    re: A newbie's question comes out of the blue ;-)

    can anybody tell me "just" use how and when?


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    #16

    re: A newbie's question comes out of the blue ;-)

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post
    Suggestions, corrections, in blue.
    Thank you very much, bhaisahab.
    Welcome!

    to that extent, i know
    i learned english a little.

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    #17

    re: A newbie's question comes out of the blue ;-)

    Quote Originally Posted by sgh View Post
    can anybody tell me "just" use how and when?

    Say:

    Can anybody tell me how and when to use 'just'?

    Try this:

    just - definition of just by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.


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    #18

    Re: A newbie's question comes out of the blue ;-)

    Quote Originally Posted by sgh View Post
    to that extent, i know
    i learned english a little.
    Or you learned a little English.

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