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comment your/yours, her/hers etc
Ahh, thank you very much.
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comment your/yours, her/hers etc
Thank you. I had thought about changing the sentence to "You can tell Rachel that both of your hunches were right" but I felt that this sounded as though the hunches belonged to the person to whom I was speak. Correct?
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comment Is this a dialect of German or incorrect usage of the language?
I am also friends with some of the Swiss exchanges and they do indeed write in their dialect.
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comment Is this a dialect of German or incorrect usage of the language?
That does seem the easier option. I just thought I'd give you all a glance first, see if any lightbulbs lit up. Thanks anyway!
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comment "How were the Holidays?"
Thankyou, Danke sehr!
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