In #, the phrase "pleased" denotes a show of arrogance, like a king saying "I am pleased" or his vassal saying "If it pleases the king." One shouold avoid using "pleased" and instead use "it is a pleasure..." I may be old-fashoned but I get irritated when someone says "I am pleeased" because it sounds liike 朕は嘉する. If you don't know what I am talking about, I suggest that you study history more seriously.
Sorry for misspelled words. Why don't someone put spell-checker here!
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