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    2. the corrections are between brackets ^^ We are used to use '시치미' with '떼다'. Like '시치미 떼다'. 시치미's orginal mening[meaning] is name tag that be [=infinitif. you have to conjugate it: "that is"] tied with bird leg. We can distinguished [can distinguish"] our bird[birds (because there are lot of them 😉)] through name tag[name tags] called 시치미. Thus if someone removed the tag, we couldnt[couldn't] find our bird . But there was [were] a lot of situation[situations] to remove other birds[bird's] name tag for raise the bird in the past. [a better sentence would be: "There were a lot of situations in the past, we had to remove other birds' name tags to raise them (not sure if this is what you meant to say) In this case we can say '시치미 떼지마' 떼다 means that remove something [to remove something] . 떼지마 means that do not remove something[to not remove something]. Please let it stick. In reality, When i hit your head behind you[on the back(not "behind you)] or i stole your stuff, i didnt[didn't] admit my fault[faults] and mistake[mistakes]. At that time, my behavior is[was] 시치미 떼다. In [a] similar situation, if im[I'm] hiding your cell phone under my bag when you are finding[searching(not finding)] yours[or you could just say "it" to refer to the cell phone], i pretend that i dont know anything, even i try to find yours[better sentence: I even try to find yours]. Than you can say for[to (not for] me '시치미 떼지마'. Or i can say '시치미 떼는거 아니야' So basicly: ·to be =infinitif conjugation of "to be" in present form is: (singular) I am You are He/she/it is (plural) We are You are they are. Conjugation of "to be"in past form is: (singular) I was You were He/she/it was (plural) We were You were They were. ·You have to keep in mind when a noun is plural or singular. When it's plural, the basic rule is: noun+s(attached to the noun) ·The basic rule for possessive forms of a noun is: noun+ 's ·"I" is always a capital letter (so i --> I (always!!)) ·Verbs The infitif form of a verb is: To + verb (To= -다) ·Negative form: e.g.: I do not like [=(나는) 싫어] =I don't like (in conversation they shorten it to say it faster so basicly the " ' " is there to say that something is left away. So don't forget it. hoped this helped a bit and it is not confusing 😊

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    2. OOF! sorry I should have ticked 'Natural' but i don't think I can go back. What you said makes perfect sense, anybody would understand what you were saying to them if you said that. It was only a small detail that put me off, the word 'it' could be placed after the word 'appreciate', this is what I'm used to hearing and saying.

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    2. Sự nghiêm nghị (nghiêm túc) và sự thành khẩn của các vị Người Phật Tử

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    2. Hello sir, I discussed (現在有什麼情況?關於美國文化的話,你需要再來一次說什麼事情表現了, 因為你的題目不明白)with my team, and according to the orginal workshop schedule, it takes only seventy-five minutes. Therefore, it’s a suitable length for performance. We all know a performance takes time to practice. For example, last week was our first time to play together. It took us 3 hours of rehearsal to make a video. However, the performing length from the quoted fee (including the performance fee, at least 2 rehearsal times and transportation fee) won't be changed. I hope this helps to familiarize you with the process. Thank you. 你只有一些小小的語法問題。如果你看不懂或者還有問題,請隨便問我吧!

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