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Q: Did we exhaust most of the all questions ... here?

Last question was posted a week and 30 minutes ago, so it looks we answered all this world's questionz.

 

I have one question on oldie topic:

 

 

"Why do I have 'two thousand seven houndred and forty-five' number written by my avatar?"

 

 

It says "pints" after the last digit ... Don't tell me, we are in some kind of competition here 'cause I can cheat ...

 

 

 

Add-it: Its two thousand seven houndred and forty-six, not five ...

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With covid there aren't going to be any newbies asking questions about how to do China and anyone already in the country pretty much knows how to get by already so those types of questions aren't going to be popping up much. Dave's ESL Cafe was always one of the go to China resources but they haven't had a new post on the China forums since about Sept last year.

 

 

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