sky888walker wrote: See what you said in BOLD. Now, let me wrote again what i had said in my opinion.
Jasmine, I have not yet had any chance to meet or interact with any person coming from HongKong. However, i have heard from my other colleagues about HongKong people. They are bit rude and cold hearted....
Did i mention that I HAD HEARD IT FROM MY OTHER COLLEAGUES ?? I HAVE SAID THAT IT IS NOT MY OWN OPINION. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU GAVE YOUR COMMENT.Please OPEN your EYES and READ.
I did say you said it was your friend's. I said for the second one it became your opinion, not your friend's.
sky888walker wrote:The following paragraph, I wrote:
Very tough life exists in HongKong.
AGAIN, i wrote this in ONE CONTEXT which i had started with I heard from my COLLEAGUES. Did I NOT say so ??
Nope, You did not say so. If you had, you would have made it as a continuation of the other paragraph by also, and, in addition, etc.
sky888walker wrote:Also the following passage, that's still my colleague's opinion. Please use your brain and think about the following logic.
1. I have admitted directly that i had had no chance to interact with any HongKong people.
This is why I said you have no experience with them, but you were talking as if you have.
sky888walker wrote:2. I have written : However, i have heard from my other colleagues about HongKong people.
3. Then i wrote everything I have heard from them.
As in one paragraph to let others know you did?
sky888walker wrote:4. I am closing my essay by asking Jasmine coz i really did not know about them.
Again, back to my last paragraph. Knowing nothing but talking like knowing everything.
sky888walker wrote:5. DID I USE WORDS LIKE "IN MY OPINION... BLA BLA BLA" ??
If you did quote your friend's for the second and third then it became yours; otherwise, it was from different people and this person did have to be your friend. If you don't quote your words, they're yours. Do you see the point right there?
sky888walker wrote:6. I believe that you are not a 5 years old kid who can not follow this logic so that i thought i did not have to say "according to my friend.. " "according to my colleague.. " again and again. I thought that you were NOT that STUPID. I was wrong. I apologize.
I stand corrected. You know what you're doing is wrong, but you're trying to make an excuse to get out of it to make it look okay to do so.
sky888walker wrote:This belongs to one context that i was trying to describe what I HAVE HEARD from OTHERS. How come someone who never interact with someone else can give his/her opinion ?? PLEASE once again read this very carefully:
"However, i have heard from my other colleagues about HongKong people. "
please read and use your BRAIN and THINK before you said something and insulted someone.
This is exactly my point. How does someone know nothing about them and can make a whole paragraph of statements without quoting who has said it as if they're yours?