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calli: And should I replace "writing" with "written English"?
***No. However, my reply would depend upon the context
***I am so impressed by your rare and immense civiiy that I would be most pleased to exchange thoughts of any kind at any time, I being firstname.lastname@example.org and don't care who knows it
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