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jc29061998
  • The Publish button is hidden below the page, so I push the Post button after I finish writing a journal by error.
  • The Publish button is hidden below the page, so I accidentally push the Post button after I finish writing a journal by mistake.
jc29061998
  • When I push the Post button, the page is cleaned up at all.
  • When I push the Post button, the page is cleared.
jc29061998
  • You have to push the Publish button on the bottom of the page when you want to publish it.
  • You have to push the publish button on the bottom of the page when you wish to publish it.
jc29061998
  • Have you push the Post button when you post a journal to publish?
  • Have you ever pushed the post button when you post a journal?
Tim
Purikura is not known in America at all, unless the person has been to Japan, like me. I remember in the 90s it was easy to find Purikura machines in the US at Japanese and Korean stores popular with young people, but recently I don't s...

harakiri fall on sword

Apr 26, 2014 11:44 Public Shiatsu
Tom
  • This is a Japanese word, which means pressure something with bare hands, especially thumbs and fingers.
  • This is a Japanese word, which means to press on pressure something with bare hands, especially thumbs and fingers.

press on

Apr 22, 2014 00:18 Public Shiatsu
FloriOn
  • You don't have to take any medicines, so shiatsu doesn't hurt anything on your health.
  • You don't have to take any medicines, so shiatsu isn't harmful for your health at all.

harmful

Apr 22, 2014 00:15 Public Shiatsu
torneberge
  • You don't have to take any medicines, so shiatsu doesn't hurt anything on your health.
  • You don't have to take any medicines, so shiatsu doesn't harm anything on your health.
  • "hurt your health" makes sense too, but most people would say "harm" instead.

harm

Apr 22, 2014 00:13 Public Shiatsu
Exis Night
  • She wanted to quit her job, but her hospital asked her not to quit for a long time because she is an experienced nurse.
  • She wanted to quit her job, but her hospital asked her not to quit for a long time because she is an experienced nurse.
  • Or: "...because she has a lot of experience."
Tom
  • It is a legless chair.
  • It is a (legless) chair (without legs).
  • Either is proper, though we rarely use "legless" in daily speech. We use (without legs" instead.

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