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Who am i?

Submitted by karlarpc on Сб, 02/28/2015 - 20:30



hello, im karla, im 26 years old, i would like to learn english, feel free to help me, i write her what i know, the grammar part its a litlle bit difficult, i started to practicing this languages about 8 months ago in a academy yes an english academy, i know the basics, i up to the next leve whic is intermediate level i think i wil do a lot of presentation, and when the class start i only allow to talk english therefore i need to speed out my  knowledges in english on that level...

Salut tout le monde

Submitted by jim.111213 on Сб, 02/28/2015 - 11:25

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Salut tout le monde. Je m'appel Jim. J'ai étudié le français pendant dix-huit mois donc j'ai besoin d'aide avec tout.
 
Je suis marié et j'ai un beau-fils qui a trente-quatre ans.
 
Je travaille dans l'informatique avec l'Oracle et linux. 
 
J'aime parler de politique, l'histoire, l'actualité. Mais je n'ai aucun intérêt à des stars de cinéma ou de sport.
 
La France a donné au monde beaucoup de belles et dignes choses pour lesquelles je suis reconnaissant.
 
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How You Say Matters # 261 to 270

Submitted by harryterrafrank on Сб, 02/28/2015 - 07:09

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`261 have something of an elitist ring to it 多少エリート主義的な響きがある
`262 Have two left feet 無器用
`263 have two sheets to the wind ひどく酔っている
`264 Have you already been helped? ご用件はお伺いしてますか?
`265 Have you had it down pat? 空で言える?
`266 He burns the boats behind. 背水の陣
`267 He walks his talk. 彼は有言実行の人だ。
`268 He was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. 坊ちゃま育ち
`269 Help me out here. 力を貸して下さい
`270 Help yourself どうぞ、ご自由に

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Word and Phrase Origin: three sheets

Submitted by harryterrafrank on Пт, 02/27/2015 - 21:56

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be three sheets to/in the wind
The sheet (帆脚索) is the line or chain attached to the lower corner of a sail.
By tightening up on this line or by slacking it off, the set of the sail is controlled.
When the sheet is allowed to run quite free, the sail is said to be in the wind.
Thus, when all three sheets are to the wind or in the wind, the sails are fluttering
without control and the ship wallows and staggers like a person drunk.

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Who I am learning English

Submitted by Saraevolution on Пт, 02/27/2015 - 19:53



When I started to study at UFBA,  I didn't know much about English. The only thing that I knew was the verb "to be" which i learned in the secondary school. I have always liked English, but I never had the opportunity of taking a course and I never had books and I didn't have access to the internet and multimedia. The time passed and I saw that to start to studying at university would be a way of learning English free and I will be able to be an English teacher.

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Who I am learning English

Submitted by Saraevolution on Пт, 02/27/2015 - 18:53



When I started to study at UFBA,  I didn't know much about English. The only thing that I knew was the verb "to be" which i learned in the secondary school. I have always liked English, but I never had the opportunity of taking a course and I never had books and I didn't have access to the internet and multimedia. The time passed and I saw that to start to studying at university would be a way of learning English free and I will be able to be an English teacher.

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