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    11:45 AM, Monday April 5th 2021

    Ok, thanks

    3:37 PM, Friday April 2nd 2021

    I think my hand just needs some time to adapt. Thank you for your answer!

    3:32 PM, Friday April 2nd 2021

    Thank you!

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    10:32 PM, Thursday April 1st 2021

    Hi! I have recently but already read a lot of everything on this site and if I understood the concept correctly, then for good you should start all over again. This is a rather rigorous course of study, and so on. As I understand, you have not returned to this course for 2 years and therefore I would advise you to repeat the material and a couple of exercises, I do not know how about a complete retraining, it is only for your opinion - how much you are ready to go to the next lessons in terms of level. In fact, it's cool that after such a long time you decided to come back here, I believe in you and the fact that you will succeed.

    I'm sorry, my first language is Russian, so my English is not very good.

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