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Sunday, July 13, 2008

Reference on Blog Writing

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3 Comments:

Blogger Benjamin said...

Hello Mr. Marugari,
This is Benjamin from Taiwan. I'm a graduate student majoring in TESOL. I am quite impressed by your great blog. I wonder if I can borrow your references of blog writing, since my thesis also mainly focuses on blog writing. Thank you so much.

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Blogger Testuo Marugari said...

Thank you for your comment, Benjamin. You are always welcomed to visit this site to use the references I show everyone all over the world. I am really happy to know a researcher like you taking interest in blogging!

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