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We then had a much better mutual relationship as I could talk to them in their own dialect, however limited, and they were more respectful by not muttering behind me knowing that I understood to some extent.

(The hint here: to put a comma between 'however limited' - I don't get it._

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We then had a much better mutual relationship as I could talk to them in their own dialect, however limited, and they were more respectful by not muttering behind me knowing that I understood to some extent.
asked May 29 '11 at 17:07 Graham Hung New member

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if you took "however limited" out the sentence would still make sense therefore you need a comma before and after.

link comment answered May 30 '11 at 14:36 maggie sierras-trotts New member

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