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2021.08.03 14:11
One more for today:

Minute and minute should not be spelled the same.

I’m not content with this content.

I object to this object.

I need to read what I read again.

Excuse me but there’s no excuse for this.

Someone should wind this post up and throw it into the wind.
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  • Lana 2021.08.03 14:18

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    I need help with the first and the fourth one 😢
  • Homam 2021.08.03 15:14

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    Interesting The first time I know about that
  • Mary Co ELET 2021.08.03 16:06

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    Mr. Scott, what does the first wind mean in the last sentence?
  • Anzy Vibe 2021.08.03 16:30

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    Hello
  • Scott Cecil Allen 2021.08.04 14:14

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    @Mary Co ELET to “wind up” or “wind down” means to increase or decrease intensity. We pronounce it more like the word “wine”, whereas “wind” has a soft “I” sound like the words “mint” or “shift.”
  • Muayad 2021.08.04 20:28

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    @Lana I'm here

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