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訳が分からないので、教えて頂けましたら助かります。 However, many of these same young people seem to be unaware of some basic rules when it comes to sending e-mail at work. Most of the people who responded to the survey said they didn't check their spelling or punctuation before hitting "send". 宜しくお願いいたします。


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しかしながら、これら同世代の若者達の多くは、仕事でメールを送るときに必要な原則に気づいていない。 調査に答えたほとんどの若者は、「送信」を押す前にスペルや句読点のチェックはしていないと答えた。 で良いと思います。 ご参考まで。





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