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Saturday at 06:30 PM
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Friday at 08:04 PM
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Hello Ser,


Great to hear from you again. 👍


I have heard that before (about Australia).


If you ever have any questions, please let us know!


Take good care,

Éva

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Ser
Friday at 03:06 AM
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Hello. Many thanks. Australia is like the other side of the looking glass for me. For example, we don't even have crows cawing now ✨ I feel I should probably build question somehow like: "Purchasers often ask, with what degree of protection is sunscreen included in the Christmas gift set?🎅"

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Thursday at 07:24 AM
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Hello Ser,


That would be more of a statement. Although as it is written with a question mark at the end, I can reply! Yes, indeed they are!


It is warming up already over here!


Take care Ser.


Regards,

Éva

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Ser
Tuesday at 03:59 AM
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Hello there. So, I can make such question: "Interestingly, the birds are already singing spring songs in Australia now?"😸 Best

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Monday at 05:26 PM
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Hello Ser,


Thanks for taking the time to ask your question. 👍


You can do that. We do use a lot of intonation for questioning. In written English though, you would use a question mark (?).


Enjoy your week!


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Éva

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Ser
Sunday at 02:31 AM
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Hello Éva, I'm just wondering if it is often allowed to express a question only by intonation, without using a grammatical pattern like "Do you want". Although the question with this verb sounds exciting in any patterns, I assume 🧐🎁🕺‼ Thanks. Best

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Tuesday at 04:33 PM
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Hello Ser,


Thanks for the emoji! 👍


I hope you're having a great week so far!


Regards,

Éva

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Ser
Tuesday at 03:31 AM
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