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Last Post by Nick Evan
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Hi there,
Very ambitious individual aren't ya!
Welcome to the site, too.

Being from China I'll bet English is not his/her first language. So I think the word he wanted to use was devote, not sacrifice

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English is not my first language . I like it .
Thank you for pointing out my mistakes so that they can be corrected .

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I'm so surprise and very very happy to see so many people reply this thread. It will not be seen at the forums in China.
So many friends . Nice of you .

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Wilkommen nach Daniweb!
(Welcome to Daniweb!)

Actually it's Wilkommen ZU Daniweb.

Nach and Zu both mean 'to', but 'nach' is used when you say: 'I'm going TO' (Ich gehe nach) and 'zu' is used when saying: 'Welcome TO' (Wilkommen zu).

It's German by the way

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