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How to extend SPMetal generated code to support Enterprise Keywords?

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I need to create a ling query which uses Enterprisise keywords in where condition. How to extend SPMetal generated code to support Enterprise Keywords? I am learning SharePoint so I need an easy to under answer. I installed spmetal extender, perhaps this could help me but I am unsure what to do next.
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Can you give me an easy to understand guide?
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