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I just wanted you to know that I have unsubscribed... but not for the reason you may think.
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I've only read one issue of TVR but am more than happy to pay the meager $4.95. Thanks for offering both Amazon and PayPal made it easy! keep up the good work i'm awfully afraid our numbers are dwindling (those for whom accurate language usage is important).
If I got it right (and I think I did :-> ), I just paid for a one-year subscription to The Vocabula Review, through the Amazon site.
I've been enjoying it for ages and at $4.95 I consider it a bargain! Even with the (sniff!) foreign-currency exchange rate I assume I'll have to deal with.
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