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Hi everybody! My name is Ben. I am the author of Entertainment Journalism – Making Your Career and the same journalist. So I want to say hello to everybody. Thank you so much for asking me such interesting questions. I’ll do my very best to
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Hi, Min. How are you? Hi, Chelsea. I’m okay, thanks. I was looking forward to play some soccer later today, but when I woke up this morning, my heel was swollen, out of nothing. No idea why. It really hurts when I step on it.
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