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How to have a successful language exchange

Submitted by bryantt on Mon, 08/28/2017 - 10:33

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In my last post, I wrote about how to find a language partner.  Hopefully that went well, you've contacted some people on the Mixxer and have agreed on days and times to meet on Skype.  What now?

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Submitted by bukasa on Tue, 10/17/2017 - 14:31

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I just want to sleep right now. But I must write a work on chemistry and physics for tomorrow

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Cane Toads an invasive species in Australia

Submitted by Bellec Laura on Sun, 10/15/2017 - 09:50



Cane Toad is an amphibians wich come from America and was imported to eat grubs that were devouring the crop. It also arrive by tourist, trade routes, livestocks and pets. Currently Cane Toad represent a threat to endangered native species. The problem is when they are eaten by larger predators, such as snakes because they have a gland with deadly cardiac toxins.

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Cane Toads an invasive species in Australia :

Submitted by Bellec Laura on Sun, 10/15/2017 - 09:45



                Cane Toad is an amphibians wich come from America and was imported to eat grubs that were devouring the crop. It also arrive by tourist, trade routes, livestocks and pets. Currently Cane Toad represent a threat to endangered native species. The problem is when they are eaten by larger predators, such as snakes because they have a gland with deadly cardiac toxins.

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