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4:12 PM, Tuesday September 6th 2022

Heyo! Thank you so much for taking your time to critique my assignment!

Yeah when I did the organic forms exercise I was not paying close attention and thought that that was how you do it, turns out I was wrong. Here is the revision you wanted.

I definitely think I can be better at doing these so if you think i should do another one, it's no biggie.

9:14 AM, Wednesday September 7th 2022

Hey there :> Glad we're on the same page then haha and I think you're already improving bit by bit ^^ Most important thing is I pointed it out and you understood what I meant and can work on it consciously now. So no need to redo it! You can however add this to your warm-up and keep on improving over time!

Wishing you the best for Lesson 3!

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Head on to Lesson 3!

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2:11 PM, Wednesday September 7th 2022

Thanks man! Good luck on your things aswell !

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