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I tried connecting other devices with other cables to a broken monitor, and I figured out a monitor-side was completely broken.

I wish what was broken had been a cable-side.

I submitted a inquiry form to repair a monitor of broken, and then I found out it's no longer supported model.

I'm going to call the customer center tomorrow.

Is he speaking English? (I have no intention of insulting him, I really don't know he is speaking English, or other languages)

youtu.be/ZTYyzenvx0c

A humidifier is what increases the level of humidity in the air, and a dehumidifier is what does the opposite operation.

A humidifier is what reduces the level of humidity in the air, and a dehumidifier is what does the opposite operation.

I thought USB-C cable was broken before, but I realized what was actually broken is the monitor connected to the cable. Oh my gosh...

I have to send it out for repair.

I learned the differences between "wake up" and "get up".

wake up: to stop sleeping and open my eyes
get up: to get out of bed

vocabulary.cl/english/wake-up-

Google Translate is too intelligent to detect grammatical mistakes of my English.

s/I want to automatic.../I want to make automatic

I want to automatic connection and disconnection to the specific devices on iOS shortcuts, but unfortunately it’s apparently not possible so far.

reddit.com/r/shortcuts/comment

A shredder is useful, but it’s hard to clean around there...

How do I configure only a zone apex (a domain without its subdomains) on DNSMasq? Impossible?

The abdominal oblique muscle is apparently used when we twist our body.

I learned new muscle names in English:

Straight abdominal: 腹直筋
Transverse abdominal: 腹横筋
Oblique abdominal: 腹斜筋

ja.ichacha.net/english/transve

I wasn't able to answer the quiz correctly just because I don't know the muscle name in English.

The word “thermometer” has the only meaning of measuring temperatures, isn’t it?

If I want to say about the word that measures not only temperatures but also humidity I would say “thermo hygrometer”. Is it true?

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