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Thread poster: Syeda Tanbira Zaman

Syeda Tanbira Zaman
Local time: 15:49
English to Assamese
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Jan 31, 2005

on 27th January, a certain asker put tewnty two questions, all relating to a single subject in the English>Bengali pair, in the Kudoz. Allthough it was indicated by the asker that those were from homework or test, some of my generous colleagues could not see through the game and answered all the questions. In return I presume the asker must have been overjoyed, getting his project completed without spending a penny. I would like to tell my esteemed colleagues that you are harming your profession with your generosity. Let us be united on this issue.

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Sanjay Ray  Identity Verified
India
Local time: 15:49
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English to Bengali
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I fully agree with you Jan 31, 2005

We should not encourage such practice for getting some kudoz points.

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Subhamay Ray  Identity Verified
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This is true! Feb 2, 2005

I'm sorry I missed this earlier but I agree with each and every word of Tanbira. She deserves Kudoz for this thread.

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