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Niya
Please correct this paragraph Firstly,the High fees imposed on students that may can’t affordable the large number of people in the society because the majority of population is poor or middle class .for instance,students of some developing countries facings the problem with their higher education that make unskilled employees.moreover,it decrease the economic growth of the country
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Daniel Áquila
Today I woke up at 7:00 AM, as usual. In the morning, I watched some classes, I had lunch at 12:00, and after all this I decided to swim in the pool of my house until 4:00 PM. At 4:30 PM I practiced English listening by watching “The Twilight Saga” with Leonardo, my boyfriend, one of our favorite movies. At night, I had dinner at Leo’s house. I got home at 8:00 PM, and did some homework. Now, it is 10:47 PM and I’m preparing myself to sleep. (A curious fact: I’ve heard that in USA, sun goes down around 8 PM, but in Brazil, night starts at 6 PM).
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jack
This topic makes me have to recall those tough days during the pandemic in 2020. Suddenly, with the pandemic breaking, everything becomes difficult. Shops closed, transportation stopped, people couldn't go out at their will. Even if you go shopping for some essential household items, you still have restrictions. If there was an advantage, and if it could be counted as an advantage, that is that you didn't need to go to the office anymore. We always want to escape from daily work and always want every day to be a holiday, but once all that comes true, like pandemic days, do you feel happy? Although you don't need to go to work and you are allowed to watch TV all day long at home, you definitely don't feel happy at all. So everything should be to a certain extent, too much or too little is all wrong. Fortunately, those tough days have passed, and I never ever hope it comes back again.
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Katty Karolina
Hi I'm Katty from Nicaragua Something interesting I would like to mention about our culture is the hospitality. We love to have visitors in our houses, if you need help you will have for sure someone is going to help you, we are friendly and open with foreign people. 😊
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Sawako
Hinamatsuri(Doll’s Festival) is an occasion to pray for young girls’ growth and happiness. Hinamatsuri is celebrated each year on March 3. Most families with girls display dolls for the Doll’s Festival called Hina-ningyo. This is a hina ningyo which my mother in law made for my daughter😊❗️
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夏炎千羽
Since the outbreak of COVID 19, you must wear a mask when you go out, and you should also pay attention to the social distance and a lot of health aspects.After the COVID-19, all people are more cherish life, love the people around.
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SI. Muroda
Community Tutor
I moved to a new city Yokohama for my job. It’s good place to live also close to the center of Tokyo. Interestingly there’s differences of atmosphere came from people between west and east part of Japan. As the result of living both parts, I recognized their characteristics quite much.
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Alice
Community Tutor
Native English tutor Alice here (from the United States). I'm here to help your pronunciation! Record an audio of yourself reading these 12 words: bat, tub, feet, leaf, road, bear, kite, hook, men, farm, pot, map. Do NOT reply with a typed message. Reply with an audio of yourself reading these 12 words. I simply want you to read these 12 words out loud and record yourself reading them. Do not look up how to say them ahead of time. Say them how you think they are supposed to pronounced in English. This is for English language learners only! I will give you corrections. If you have any other questions you can private message me.
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Linda
Community Tutor
Happy Lantern Festival! 元宵节快乐!
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Hideki
Hello everyone.😆 Japanese people often use diplomatic language. 🇯🇵If not close friends says, "See you soon" or "Let's go drinking another time" it might be diplomatic language. 🤔In this case, it's sad because I often don't hear from them afterwards. 😫Of course it depends on the situation, and not all Japanese people are like that. 🤗Do you use diplomatic language in your country?🤔⁉️ 皆さんこんにちは。 日本人はよく社交辞令を使います。あまり親しくない友達から別れ際に「また連絡するね」や「今度飲みに行こう」と言われると社交辞令かも知れません。この場合、その後連絡が来ない事が多いので寂しいですね。もちろん、場合によりますし、日本人みんながそうではありません。皆さんの国では社交辞令を使いますか?
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