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Sending a private message   

Good evening everybody,

I have desperately been trying to send some private messages to some members of this wonderful website and I keep being blocked.

Could anyone help?

Thank you.


8 Aug 2020

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Issues with video.   
Hey guys, I�ve just transcribed a youtube video and I couldn�t understand some sentences and as you�re awesome, I�m here to ask for some help. To make your job easier, I�ve added a time marker and CAPITALIZED THE SENTENCES I NEED. Link for the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nbJoaTC_10 I�m gonna go skydiving or let�s do this open mic night. (00:00:15) YOU SAID EVERYTHING UNDER EMOTION, you can�t really back out and you just think to yourself (00:00:20) I�m really DREADING this decision. That�s me, WHAT about now? 00:01:59 EXEMPT FROM catastrophic loss. They�ve been used in our society for hundreds of years to signal mourning. (00:04:50) AS I HAD A RETINUE of other mourning clothes yet it identified him to his core, (00:05:36) HIS SECRET NAME. Shoulder-to-shoulder. (00:06:26) SPRINKLED ABOUT you see people with these black armbands (00:10:58) But the truth is, THIS EXCHANGE IS CHEAP AND LOUSY OF CONSOLATION PRIZE. And I�d toss it away for one more moment with my sister. the really sad part about it is that in keeping up this delusion, (00:12:41) YOU KNOW BY US WANTING TO MANTAIN these blinders, By the way, I was blocked while I was trying to post this. My login: mari_18cf How can I be unblocked? Thanks in advance.

5 Aug 2020

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I am being blocked as well, several times, and am having a lot of trouble posting my reply.

It will not accept copy and paste, or allow me to upload a jpg.

It will not accept apostrophes (this is an ongoing glitch), though this is not being blocked as such.

I agree with Spinney but have some amendments to your transcription. If you would like the amendments, please PM me your email address.




6 Aug 2020

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United Kingdom

Adverbial Phrases of reference or introduction?    
Hi there!
As I seem to have a lot of time on my hands at the moment (my holiday to the UK cancelled), I have been preparing some work for next term. I have been looking at phrases such as, "regarding ..., with regard to ... as regards ..., as far as ... is concerned, on the subject of ..." etc. and I�m having the Dickens of a time trying to categorise what they are. I thought that perhaps they could be called "adverbial phrases of reference" or even "adverbial phrases of introduction" and, after spending nearly an hour clicking on various links and looking at different sites, I am more or less stymied by the lack of information on this. They can also be used as conjunctions, depending on how the sentence is structured.  Any ideas, people? I really need a new pairs of eyes and a fresh brain on this.  

30 Jul 2020

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United Kingdom

Thank you people! You have been very helpful. :-)
As it goes, I got the worksheet done.  

30 Jul 2020

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Cool Pictures

27 Jul 2020

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Hello all of you wonderful clever people!
Thank you very much for all your comments and captions that I really looked forward to discovering and reading everyday. Now it is time to pass on the baton and hence the not so enjoyable task of choosing a winner as I have more than one favorite. But I have chosen the winner. Its about being sent to the "bar" no less and that too by ones wife from all the people possible, only to discover that it is not the sort where one might hope to find a bar-maid. The winner is, ifelipenaranjo. Congratulations dear colleague, the torch is hence passed on to you. Carry it and have fun!

2 Aug 2020

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Hi, maybe we can organize a zoom meeting or similar to improve our speaking & listening skills... What do you say?

26 Jul 2020

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I´m Game.   Please let me know ASAP.  We don´t need to be a great numbur.  Just 3, 5 or 7 will do. !!! Thanks 

7 Aug 2020

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  ESTEEMED MOST SENIOR ADVISER MRS. SPINNY and seemingly regular adviser Mr. Spinny, Thank you very much for choosing my caption. I am indeed honored.(and super stoked!)
I have tried no fewer than 4 times to begin a new thread of the topic with a nice picture, but keep getting blocked. I shall keep up the effort  but if you do not see anything from me by Tuesday, then I would beg of the esteemed most senior adviser to pick a runner up and maybe they will have better success in being able to post a picture and keep the thread going. Thank you!
With the warmest of regards,

26 Jul 2020

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United Kingdom

Well done, Gurnoor! She did it folks! :-) 

27 Jul 2020

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learning methods   
Hi,everybody! How can I improve my speaking and listening skills? I am not good at these.Please give me some advice.Thanks a lot in advance.

22 Jul 2020

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Is this any good? 

24 Jul 2020

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United States

Help with SEO. Need advice   
What great SEO tools do you know? As there are too many of them.

22 Jul 2020

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United Kingdom

Caption Competition 20/07/20   
Thank you, Nani Pappi, for choosing my entry to your caption competition.
Here is my entry for this week�s. Please furnish me with your witticisms. I will choose the winner next weekend.
Good luck!

20 Jul 2020

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United Kingdom

It has been a tough decision, but after hours of consultation with my most senior advisor (Mrs Spinney), I have the pleasure of announcing the winner of the caption competition for last week.
And the honour goes to, Gurnoor!
Take it away, Gurnoor!

26 Jul 2020

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Word of the day   
Hi everyone
Thank you Maryse for choosing my definition of that amazing word.
The new word is: slubberdegullion
We await your zany and entertaining definitions of this archaic 17th century word.

19 Jul 2020

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Slubberdegullions are sandals in the form of a fish. Just slip them on and waddle away.

26 Jul 2020

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