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Dec
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awarded  Critic
Aug
9
accepted Is “I can't get to know[..]” incorrect?
Aug
9
comment Is “I can't get to know[..]” incorrect?
I didn't know "get to know" refers to knowing someone, thanks for the clarification. I think "I still can't figure out" is what I was looking for.
Aug
9
asked Is “I can't get to know[..]” incorrect?
Jun
21
comment “That's okay” to mean “no” or “don't bother”?
@Peter indeed, if you answer "merci" shaking the head horizontally, they will probably assume "non merci". but if you're asked "Voulez vous voir la carte des vins" and answer "merci" with no negative indication in your body language, they will surely bring it to you, assuming "oui merci". Better use "s'il vous plait" and "non merci", or "c'est bon"[less formal] which can be used like "that's okay" in OP's dialog.
Jun
20
comment “That's okay” to mean “no” or “don't bother”?
@Peter yes then no
Jun
20
comment “That's okay” to mean “no” or “don't bother”?
In france we say "non merci" for "no thanks", simply.
May
3
comment “just married” or “just wed”?
@matthew, if you look at the caption of the button, it says "Click to set this answer as your accepted answer", and not "click to accept this answer" :p. @Martin Becket I actually agree with you. But "I accept your answer" have a tone I don't like, plus it could mean that I didn't find other answer acceptable, which is not the case.
May
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comment “just married” or “just wed”?
I "accepted answer"-ed your answer, it's the most precise to me
May
2
accepted “just married” or “just wed”?
May
2
asked “just married” or “just wed”?
Apr
10
awarded  Scholar
Apr
10
accepted How to name a part of a piechart
Apr
10
comment How to name a part of a piechart
I'll pick this answer, because IMO it bests suits the metaphor of the pie and the way these charts are used than sector. Anyway, thanks for all the answers
Apr
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awarded  Student
Apr
8
asked How to name a part of a piechart
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comment Is “I lost my bus” correct usage?
I'd rather say something you once possessed or could have had. example: you've just lost the game.[the victory]
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29
awarded  Supporter