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What is the proper way to use the pronoun “I” without too much repetition?
I found a new job in London and while emailing with my soon-to-be boss, I noticed something that drove me off: the constant repetition of the pronoun I. This is very different from my native language ...
Jan 18 '13 at 13:33
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