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    "If this PC gets off once It will not get on again.

    My dear and respected teachers,
    1: "If this PC gets off once It will not get on again." correct?
    2: "I want users to read it before they enter into my website." correct?
    3: "It is an English word which means 'sincere'." correct?

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    Re: "If this PC gets off once It will not get on again.

    Dear twilit:

    Quote Originally Posted by twilit1988 View Post
    My dear and respected teachers,
    1: "If this PC gets off once It will not get on again." correct? I'm not sure what you mean here, but maybe: 'If this PC is turned off, it will not start up again.' (??)
    2: "I want users to read it before they enter into my website." correct? ...before they enter my website.' (People enter into agreements and contracts, but they enter sites, rooms, houses, etc.)
    3: "It is an English word which means 'sincere'." correct? Yes. or 'It's an English word that is a synonym for 'sincere'.' or, It's an English word that is synonymous with 'sincere'.
    All best wishes,

    Petra

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