[Sinkie with VNB wife/gf community club] - Part 4

gazar1

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hi bro! How’s your interview with ICA already? Hope all things turn well for you
Hi just gotten approval recently, but now the thing is last month during the interview I have submitted all the relevant documents hard copy and I don’t have any more copies with me.

now going to submit photos for the PR card still require me to bring all the documents along.

can tell them I just submitted last month?
will have any issue?
 

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What's the cheapest way to send a small package to VN? Are there any other methods besides Singpost?
 

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I'm touched... deeply touched after watching this vid. True love does exist.

Be less judgemental, more understanding, and happy for others is my key takeaway for today 😇
true love becos guy and girl about same age range??
 

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Welcome back! Echo after moi ar. Here we go again


I'm touched... deeply touched after watching this vid. True love does exist.

Be less judgemental, more understanding, and happy for others is my key takeaway for today 😇
 

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dumb question, that one particular sentencing is annoying me to no end :

In Anna's case,. both she and her husband made an effort to be closer .....

was that grammatically correct ? some how my brain doesnt compute in leh
 

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"made an effort" sounded like a one-off thing/activity to improve relations

"made efforts for a closer relationship" might be clearer in terms of context
lol sala ... not the actual one im itched

its the sentence ....

" In Anna's case, both she and her husband made an effort ...."

i was not irk nor saying its wrong lmao,

i had always assumed its :

, both her and her husband
or

, she and the husband

, she and her husband

just bery gaowei to my brain some how lol

agin, im not correcting anyone's english here, just weird out by that sentence
 

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lol sala ... not the actual one im itched

its the sentence ....

" In Anna's case, both she and her husband made an effort ...."

i was not irk nor saying its wrong lmao,

i had always assumed its :

, both her and her husband
or

, she and the husband

, she and her husband

just bery gaowei to my brain some how lol

agin, im not correcting anyone's english here, just weird out by that sentence

ah... you can't say her because if you separate Anna from her husband to form the sentence "her made an effort" is grammatically incorrect

second, she and the husband (whose husband?) it could be another husband being reference as the topic of the sentence.

So with she and her husband, both sentence "she made an effort" and "her husband made an effort" both are grammatically correct

but when added with the ending "to be closer", closer in what? physical distance? relationship? so need more context before or after this sentence to establish the actual intent.
 

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Rlly edmwers all grammar nazis sia.....

The phrase "Make an effort" is a verb phrase meaning "to work towards a goal". Generally in English, you need an article "the, an, some" in front of nouns to make them work properly. Therefore, "make efforts" is not a grammatically correct sentence.

 

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Rlly edmwers all grammar nazis sia.....

The phrase "Make an effort" is a verb phrase meaning "to work towards a goal". Generally in English, you need an article "the, an, some" in front of nouns to make them work properly. Therefore, "make efforts" is not a grammatically correct sentence.


Nope, that person saying that "make efforts" is grammatically incorrect is wrong. Since effort can be both countable and uncountable noun.

Many instances of its usage
 

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LOlL if english is like that, i cant for the love of my life figure out what happens in viet teng lol
 

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LOlL if english is like that, i cant for the love of my life figure out what happens in viet teng lol

Depends if you're talking to southerners or northerners.
Hanoi folks always try to convince me theirs is the right orthodox tieng viet to learn but the Saigon mms are cuter in their mannerism...
 
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