If you are a student, I think you can speak and write in English!
That's also my request to all those French, Spanish, Italian and other
native-language speakers: please write in English. This is an international
newsgroup and (sorry) English is an international language.
D.J. (Dutch driver of his 15th CitroŽn, nowadays a Xantia 2.0 HDI Break,
long ago started with a 2CV)
ana rodrigues ( email@example.com) gurgled happily, sounding
much like they were saying :
Well, DO NOT do it to live groups!
alt.test is the right place.
Do it again, and there will be an abuse complaint to your school's ISP. Your
teacher should be ashamed of themselves. They ought to give you all a severe
telling-off, and then post here to apologise in person.
Oh - and post replies at the bottom, like this.
Testing Newsgroups!?!?!?!?! What they all said up there ^^^^. Take it to
alt.test - in fact read some of alt.test, it can be quite amusing... in a
paint and drying/grass and growing kind of way...
That faqs.org link is a corker - read and learn. Then buy a Citroen and
come back and get to know the rest of the (very) odd people who insist on
driving and maintaining them despite what their heads tell them...
2x XM V6 Auto Series I
1x BX GTI 8V (For Sale!!)
Wise Man Once Say - "Man who buy 2nd hand XM with head, a fool. Man who buy
2nd hand XM with heart, still a fool but a happier one" (c) 2003, Me!
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