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Copy the passages on the website and paste them on the word Processor. You have to get the printouts of the passages. (Is this passage correct?)

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    I would say, "Copy the passages from the website ... " The rest reads just fine.

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    I've removed your posts since 1) I doubt anyone here is going to read those long passages and 2) no one is going to answer those questions for you.

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