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You catch my attention when you said: "I am a total Discovery/National Geographic nerd", because that is what I'm, well compared with you; I'm an "amateur".

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You catch my attention when you said: "I am a total Discovery/National Geographic nerd", because that is what I'm, well compared with you; I'm an "amateur".
asked Oct 02 '12 at 05:45 Gemma Licon New member

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There's no conditional in your extract, and no need for one. Here's a corrected version:

 

You caught my attention when you said: "I am a total Discovery/National Geographic nerd," because I am, too. But compared to you, I'm an amateur.

link comment answered Oct 02 '12 at 08:22 Peter Guess Expert

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