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Emotion: smilecan you translate this sentence for me ,please?

'this is despite the fact that 27chinese provinces and municipatities cancelled agriculture taxation in 2005.'

thank you very much!

Forum: Common English Questions and Answers - Archived Posts
Posted: Aug 14, 10:28 PM [GMT 1]
Post Subject: [url="/English/Post/bwxjz/Post.htm#127029"]So long as vs. as long as[/url]
Post author: [url="/user/zqrq/profile.htm"]TimKowal[/url]
Such ubiquitous phrases puzzle me; I don't know if there is a difference (preferential?), and if there is, when to use one over the other.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!
Tim
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Hello Sprint

Which part of it don't you understand?

MrP
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Are these two separate questions? Please post separately and clarify. Thanks.

CJ