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    никак..

    I need help wıth the forms ın bold as shown below (concerning correctness)

    Все ученики в классе любят мороженое.
    Только Вася никакого мороженого не любит.

    Все ученики в классе знают интересные анекдоты.
    Только Вася никаких анекдотов не знает.

    Исправьте меня, если допустил ошибку...

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    no pain, no gain

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    Все правильно.

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    Что такое [/b]?
    Correct my mistakes and I will give you +1 internets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xRoosterx
    Что такое [/b]?
    I know it's cr*p...just trying to make sure my grammar is OK after my time in the army...

    thx anyway
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    I actually wanted to know what it meant.
    I've seen it before and it's one of those things I have placed in my 'not important enough to google search' category.
    Correct my mistakes and I will give you +1 internets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xRoosterx
    I actually wanted to know what it meant.
    I've seen it before and it's one of those things I have placed in my 'not important enough to google search' category.
    It's a closing tag for the bold text. krobatshov just forgot to delete it.

    When you post something and want to put some words in bold, you press "B" button, and it (automatically) applies these tags. Like this: ['b]your word['/b]. But what YOU see is: your word.

    Tags for italic text is ['i]['/i], for quoting somebody is ['quote]['/quote], etc. Just pay attention next time when you're quoting somebody.

    * Apostrophes inside the tags are added so you could see them. For tags to work you need to delete them.

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    Yeah, I knew it's use for that. I was just making sure it had nothing to do with /b/.
    Correct my mistakes and I will give you +1 internets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krobatshov
    Quote Originally Posted by xRoosterx
    Что такое [/b]?
    I know it's cr*p...just trying to make sure my grammar is OK after my time in the army...

    thx anyway
    Чё? Ты каким-то переводчиком был? Где служил?
    Вот это да, я так люблю себя. И сегодня я люблю себя, ещё больше чем вчера, а завтра я буду любить себя to ещё больше чем сегодня. Тем что происходит,я вполне доволен!

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