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Cool it, guys :-) Obviously Sarah did not mean any disrespect. She just seems new to Kudoz. But yes, Nesrin is right. Providing context is the surest way to get answers that best fit your context. So you could just quote the sentence where the term occurs
Finally, I don 't know what you mean by "You won't change any answer which I got", but again, your tone is disrespectful. We are here to help each other, so you need to help us help you. That's my last comment by the way. Good luck getting any useful help
2) Yes, I haven't answered a single question you have asked, for the simple reason that I don't answer questions that don't provide sufficient context, because I don't want to base my answer on guesses.
Hi Sara 1) I didn't ask you to provide me with your article! I asked you to at least provide us (us not ME) with the sentence in which the term occurs - or any kind of added context. The tone of your reply indicates that you feel my request is ridiculous!
would you tell me how can I provide you with my article?!!!
what are going to do if you get my original article? I mean you didn't answer any single question form those I have been asked? so you wont change any answer which i got from proz members?
Hi Sara - I've just been looking at all your "brand" questions - you have not once provided any sort of context or the sentence in which the term is mentioned.
I quote from the "Ask a question" form which you have been filling:
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