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I didnít think it was fitting at the time, but let me now explain the reason for my previous post.

xiaoyafeng Has in his footer

"I am trying to improve my English skills, if you see a mistake please feel free to reply or /msg me a correction"

There are in the post two errors, the misspelling of Almut and incorrect gender which I felt were very inappropriate in a message of condolence.

I sent two PMís to xiaoyafeng neither of which were acknowledged, nor was the node corrected.

I then posted the node for moderation, hoping that the errors would be corrected, in hindsight I should have also put my reasons for editing on the NTC page but thought it was obvious to all who read the original post.


In reply to Re^3: Sad news (Almut) by Gavin
in thread Sad news (Almut) by Anonymous Monk

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