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Submitted by Ryben on Пнд, 01/09/2017 - 12:13

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Hello! I am just now starting to learn Spanish. I'm having a lot of fun and picking it up pretty quickly, but I'm not sure how much this site will help me until I can speak and understand it fairly well. I am a native of the state of Oregon, USA. If you are willing to work with a beginning Spanish learner, and want to learn English from a native Oregonian, that would be great.

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Hiii

Submitted by Hanaa mahmoud on Вс, 01/08/2017 - 18:18



I am hanaa.i want helping in practise english ..i am talking arabic very well..

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Can you correct my exercise, please?

Submitted by Rebecca Kne on Пт, 01/06/2017 - 00:52



Rewrite the sentences using the words given (in italic) and making any necessary changes to preserve the meaning and grammatical accuracy.”

 

Original:         The Japanese are designing a housework robot called ‘Home-mate’.

Rewrite:          A housework robot called “Home-mate” is being designed by the Japanese.

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science graduetes or humanites graduates?

Submitted by alvarobatu on Чт, 01/05/2017 - 06:34



what is it more important? Today, the future owne of science, maths , physica...but what is it more need?

The science gaduates have studies where they are studing all , science and humanites. Moreoever ths science students are more intelligente often.However all is need in us life.Whiout humanites teachers all will more diffcult because read is esencial for understand.

 

Hi, I can teach you a native Spanish

Submitted by rigomi on Ср, 01/04/2017 - 21:02

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Hi, I am from Chile and I can teach you the most difficult Spanish......Chilean Spanish......lol. If You can to understand Chilean-Spanish, Yoy will be able to understand any kind of Spanish over the world.

I will go to Japan in February and I need to practice English a lot (practice, practice, practice).

Bye.

 

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The meaning of obstacles in one's life

Submitted by Julio Barrocas on Ср, 01/04/2017 - 20:45



There's something which we face almost constantly in our lives, and this thing is called "obstacle".

Obstacle is a thing often perceived into two perspectives:

1. A task that we must accomplish to see how good we are at it.

2. A trouble that comes to scatter things or to keep us from achieving our goals.

 

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