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    Smile Iím going to keep neutral.

    Hello~ Can you help me say this naturally please?

    A: All the final exam result has come out and 7 of us all have passed final exam.
    Why donít we go outing to celebrate it? Hey, raise your hand who want to go.

    B: Hey, let me tell you. Iím going to follow the majority.

    C: Iím going to keep neutral.

    D: Me too, Iím neutral.

    A: neutral or majority are not acceptable, should say yes or no.

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    Re: Iím going to keep neutral.

    A: The final exam results have come out, and all seven of us passed. Let's go out to celebrate. Who wants to go?
    B: I'm going to go along with the crowd.
    C: Me too.
    A: C'mon! Just say yes or no. Do you want to go or not?




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    Re: Iím going to keep neutral.

    Thanks for your help~

    I have one more question.

    How can I say, when I want to keep in the middle of position?
    I don't agree and I don't object.


    I'm going to follow the neutral. or I'm the neutral?

    Is it correct?

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    Re: Iím going to keep neutral.

    Possibly:
    I don't want to commit myself.
    I want to stay neutral.
    I want to stay on the sidelines.

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