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  • Jokes in English
    Whenever I come upon a joke that I think is funny or cute and easy enough to understand as a non-native, I am going to post it here so that my English learning friends can use their new English to ...
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    • English
    • Last updated 15 minutes ago
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  • Which foreign language do you like the best?
    Which foreign language do you like the best and why? What is the most difficult part in learning it and what is the easiest part?      
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    • English
    • Last updated 23 minutes ago
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  • How to make delicious Spaghetti Bolognese?
    After the college enterance exam, now I am on my summer holiday.  Today I bought some spaghettis and I am going to make Spaghetti Bolognese tomorrow. ^__^  However, it will...
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    • English
    • Last updated 35 minutes ago
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  • Will you meet your language partners in real life?
    There are so many foreigners in different countries. I raised a question recently. Will you really meet your language partners if you are in the same district or in the same city? As I know, some i...
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    • English
    • Last updated 35 minutes ago
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  • Connections Puzzle Part 2
    After having read some interesting connections last week (http://www.italki.com/discussion/76327), here are four different pictures to consider: http://www.enupgrade.com/connections/   What do...
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    • English
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  • When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
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    • English
    • Last updated 38 minutes ago
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  • pretty towns?
    Hello everyone! ^ ^I'm Lailla and I'm French. As I'm pretty young, I'm not even went to England but maybe next year and I was wondering if there is a wonderful city to visit because I know that Lon...
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    • English
    • Last updated 46 minutes ago
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  • As countries have developed there has been a trend towards smaller family sizes. Why does this happen?
    As countries have developed there has been a trend towards smaller family sizes. Why does this happen?
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    • English
    • Last updated 49 minutes ago
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  • In your country,do men or women have the main responsibility for cooking?
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    • English
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  • want to learn english and deustch \\ my native lang is arabic
    want to learn english and deustch \\ my native lang is arabic
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    • German
    • Last updated 55 minutes ago
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  • Yndlings film/favorite movies
    Jeg synes, at film er en god måde at lære et sprog på. Derfor kan film på dansk være en god måde at lære sproget at kende; hvordan det lyder, hvilke ord de...
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    • Danish
    • Last updated 56 minutes ago
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  • یوم العید
    بالضبط ما اليوم الذي أعلن العيد في بلدكم؟ لماذا يختلف مسلمون فی تعیین عيد الفطر ، ويقول،  إيران أو المملكة العربية السعودية والعراق يوم واحد ويوم وآخر؟ وسایر دول  
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    • Arabic
    • Last updated 59 minutes ago
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  • Which one is better?
    A native English speaker wrote, 'I agree with the view that stars in the entertainment business are usually over paid. However, it is also true that it is only those who reach the very top of their...
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    • English
    • Last updated 1 hour ago
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  • لهجة شمال افريقيا تونس الجزائر.......
       اخواني من تونس الجزائر المغرب ليبيا هل لهجة كل بلد عندكم تختلف عن الثانية وهل ممكن تفهموا على بعض  وهل صحيج يلي لغته فرنسية بلقى سهولة بتعلم لهجتكم وانا كوني عربية هل في مصادر معي...
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    • Arabic
    • Last updated 1 hour ago
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  • Learning Article : Vocabulary Tips: Building a New Language One Word at a Time
    Discuss the Article : Vocabulary Tips: Building a New Language One Word at a TimeVocabulary Tips: Building a New Language One Word at a TimeWords are the building blocks of any language, and having...
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    • English
    • Last updated 1 hour ago
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  • Several Native Speakers wanted, as volunteers in English Groups.
    Several Native Speakers wanted, as volunteers in English study  Groups.      The English Practice Groups will be set up in the style of a   "Salon".   The intenti...
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    • English
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  • Chinese cuisine
    Many foreign friends told me, they liked some spicy food in Sichuan(one of the provinces in China), such as, the hot pot or steamed bun. So i want to know have you ever try a Chinese dish that made...
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  • What are your favourite dutch quotes/proverbs?
    What are your favourite dutch quotes/proverbs? Mine are these:1. Alles komt op zijn tijdIt makes me think that patience is a remedy for a lot of things, and the person with patience is a winner in ...
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    • Dutch
    • Last updated 1 hour ago
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  • Writing like a native speaker
    I want to talk about ESL writing skills and how you can improve the quality of your writing.   I'd like to share my method of making my writing sound more natural and idiomatic. It works best ...
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    • English
    • Last updated 1 hour ago
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  • Quite: bastante/completamente
    Hola, buenas noches, tengo una duda con una frase que acaban de escribirme:   I am quite sure.   No estoy segura si el significado es: "Estoy COMPLETAMENTE seguro" o "Estoy BASTANTE segur...
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    • English
    • Last updated 1 hour ago
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