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  1. I wonder if anyone here has an English word (or maybe even many words!) that you not can only remember as such, but also you remember the time/day/moment/ when you acquired it? If you do, please share your words with me! It's so interesting that some words really do stay with you, and do it so well that you can even memorise how they did it I'll share some of mine. "drawback" - I remember I saw this word first when I was in my 7th school year, in the school English textbook. I was so amazed that I hadn't found such a useful word before. Stayed with me ever since. "point of view" - this one ca
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