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manictheatrefan wrote: Meteorswarm wrote:
I hope you don't mind a foreign language pun.
I think this would be better phrased as
It just sounds more natural to me.
造詣很高, 非常道! Very Taoist indeed. And I agree with manictheatrefan re: sounding natural.
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Why were people complaining about the pronunciation of "Gogh" when clearly "Degas" is the real problem.
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The proper term for large chunks of French cheese scattered all over the road?
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