Ryota's Old Daybook: Language Arts & Basic English
  What Is a Comment?


"What is said; opinion" (The Basic Dictionary).

"Something said about a thing, sp. making point in book etc. clear" (The General Basic English Dictionary).

Some new blogs, or weblogs, have a new system of making comments on a writing. If you put the pointer on the word "Comment," give a quick push to your controller, and then you will see a new window opened.

There you may put your opinion in the "Comment ?" box, put the pointer on the word "Preview," give a push to your controller, and then you will see how it will be like.

If you put the pointer on "Publish," give a push to your controller, and you will get your opinion public.


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기초 영어 or Baza Angla. If you have knowledge of 850 English words, you may have a good time reading this daybook, Ryota's day-to-day notes, in Basic English, for college-level learners of English as a second or overseas language. Notes are generally on English or other languages, American or other writers or writings, and music or motion pictures based on those writings.

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