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ok im really struggling on the questions on unit 314 hy the hell is there no question marks i have to anwser them like questions,its confusing me??
please can anyone shed a light over my way please.x
cheers ema

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ok thanks will do.x

I am finding it hard to get my units started can anyone help i'm totally lost.

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