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    Exclamation Right or wrong?

    Could you say me if this sentense is right? If right, could you explain?

    Sentence: It's nice to hear from you again.


    Thank you kindly.

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    #2

    Re: Right or wrong?

    Yes, it's correct.

    It means "I'm happy that you called/wrote/e-mailed me again."

    It may be that a long time has passed since the last time this person called/wrote/e-mailed.

    {not a teacher}


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    Smile Re: Right or wrong?

    Thank you so much for your explanation!

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