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That is just awesome! Looking forward to taking the challenge!
Okay, so I have a question………if you stub your toe, or spill something and say “Rats!”, or something along the same vein, is that considered a complaint? It IS expressing discontent so I think so, but I’d like to know for sure, as it seems to be what is making me move my elastic band more often than not. Thank you!
Great questions! No that is not a complaint just a reaction. If you go around after telling everyone you stubbed your toe with a “how dare this happen to me attitude” then that would be complaining. Hope that helps!
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Thanks a lot
Can a complaint be expressed through actions?
For example, let’s say I am expecting a good score in an exam. However, when I get the results, I have a low score. Because of that, I start to hit the wall badly, but I do not speak a single word. Is that considered a complaint?
My answer is yes, but I would like to know your opinion.
Can a complaint be written? For example, I send WhatsApp messages to my friends complaining about political issues without providing any solution. Is That a complaint?
Again, my answer is yes, but I would like to know your opinion.
English is not my mother language, but I hope it is clear enough.
Thank you very much, Will!!