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    Please correct and advise words

    Thanks.
    Last edited by supada; 13-Mar-2009 at 07:35.

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    Re: Please correct and advise words

    Quote Originally Posted by supada View Post
    Please help me to correct the following statement.

    During the class exam last night, I saw the woman sitting next to me was cheating, opening the class notes page by page. I looked at her, so did some of the students around, but she seemed not to give a damn about our looking at her. We all thought that this was totally unfair.

    I also need another replacement for 'give a damn.' Could you pleas advice impolite words to explain this feeling.

    Thanks.
    As for something more impolite than 'give a damn', I will leave that for someone else.

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    Re: Please correct and advise words

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    As for something more impolite than 'give a damn', I will leave that for someone else.

    Oh, I'm sorry, bhaisahab. I mean 'polite word.'

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    Re: Please correct and advise words

    Quote Originally Posted by supada View Post
    Oh, I'm sorry, bhaisahab. I mean 'polite word.'
    Why not simply 'care'?

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