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It's a very interesting question. I feel like, of the choices you provided, combining the first route and the 3rd route would be most effective. But, I also agree that writing things twice does tend to be a bit redundant. Having faced a conundrum such as this in my own writing, the third method might be easiest to use completely, if you actually speak ...


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You're 95% of the way there; you have good instincts for what's readable. • For your first example, I'd try to put as much of the logistics of translation into narration as I could manage. After a bit, the reader will understand that Sally is acting as the intermediate. "I feel like I've seen you before," said Shintaro. "What did he say?" asked ...


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Maybe just black? Probably not helpful, so here's more. Coal Black Can't - see - A - thing Black. Hope this helped! (Probably not)



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