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    #1

    Talking Iím taking a trial one.

    Hello~ Can you help me say this naturally please?

    A: Sorry but I canít find your name on my student list.

    B: Oh, yeah, I havenít enrolled yet, Iím taking a trial one.
    If itís interesting Iím going to enroll.


    A: Oh, thatís great but you are not allow to have trial one.


    B: Program advisor said ĎYESí thatís why..


    A: There must be some conflict then, anyway, you canít.

    B: If trial one is not aloow, then how can I know it's suitable for me or not?

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    Re: Iím taking a trial one.

    I’m taking a trial one.- This doesn't work because 'one' has no reference- I'd use 'trial course' or something.

    There must be some conflict - mistake would work better here.

    How can I know whether it's suitable for me or not without a trial?

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