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Maria
i traveled in mountain of Lampung with my friends .we were happy cause we could've done whatever we want n my boyfriend kissed me as long as he could😁😁😁😁 correct
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Levi
Para mí, los retos de aprender las idiomas son ensombrecidos por los beneficios. Cuando estoy escuchando a una persona que está hablando en español, siempre estoy enfocando más. Enfoco en su cara, en sus labios, en sus palabras, y en sus emociones. Son cosas que no siempre hago cuando estoy conversando en englais, mi lengua materna, porque estoy acostumbrado a englais y me aburre a veces. Cuando aprendo español, enfoco en la conversación. También, sufro menos ansiedad social en español, porque sé que cuando cometer un error de comunicación, la otra persona no me va juzgar, porque ya sigo aprendiendo la idioma. En contraste, cuando tartamudeo u olvido una palabra en englais, asumo que la otra persona me está juzgando. Los retos más grandes a aprender una idioma son dedicando tiempo para practicar, mejorando su gramática, y mejorando su acento. Pienso que mejorando su vocabulario es un poco más facil que estos retos.
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13 minutes ago
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Molly
My ipad is still broken and I will have it repair soon. Thanks to the broken screen, I can learn how little patient I am but how creative we are in hard period. I have to turn around my ipad to write or read properly. It is not easy but at least I have less typos. It has taken an age to type this post.
19 minutes ago
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call me nada
My family ! Not just my family I'm gonna talk about Arab families.....omg we really suffer with them ...they be like when u got a golden medal or something they will ask why not a diamond medal ? Now u gonna start to say that there is no diamond medal and they will be like oh really? So u telling me I'm lying right now ? I'm a liar ? ... Another example...when u talk about Ur dreams ..they make fun of Ur dreams and when u achieve it and be a successful one they will be like yeah that's my boy I always supported him and told him to follow his dream....like ugh life is hard but won't deny that we can't live without them and we love them ❤️
20 minutes ago
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call me nada
Idk just hope I can be fluent in English
26 minutes ago
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Rami
Ohh yea !! Don’t know where to start? It has completely changed my perspective over life in so many different ways .I am here to share one little thing , that i’ve been enjoying during this lock down.WALKING around your neighbourhood for an hour or so , and appreciate the nature and take deep breaths, and feel that you are alive in that very moment is one of the most rewarding experience you could ever come across.You only wish that you have started this sooner. All your worries and everything around it become a very small part of your life , with your fully boosted clarity of thoughts,it’s nothing but a issue which needed to dealt with .it’s nothing more than that.It’d be great to have this corrected .
29 minutes ago
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Alice
Community Tutor
Do you need advice about English pronunciation? Are you wanting to sound more English? Here’s the most common pronunciation mistakes I’ve encountered with students on Italki after being a tutor for 2 ½ years on Italki. These mistakes come from students around the word. Vowel sounds mispronounced. Usually vowels A and i. Students not enunciating. When I ‘see’ their mouth when they speak during lessons, they don’t move their mouth much. International students are not used to moving their lips/tongue when they speak. When many of them speak their mouth stays in the same formation hence why the letter sounds aren’t clear. They blend words together. Yes native English speakers do sometimes blend words together if they’re speaking with friends but we still clearly understand what each other is saying. Words need to be clear. Letter sounds need to be correctly pronounced. There’s no melody when they speak. It’s very one tone. Which would be monotone. They forget to pronounce the last letter in certain words. Sometimes students speak in jagged, choppy tone. Which makes them sound like a robot. Which shows they need to work on sounding fluid and natural.
29 minutes ago
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Juliana Vieira
Hiii! My name is Juliana and I’m from Portugal, in pretty soon I will live to California, so I would like improve my english with someone who wants to learn portuguese.. and thus help each other! 🇵🇹🇺🇸 Byeee
an hour ago
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lucia
Hola, me llamo lucia y quiero os contar, que hice ayer. En mañana fui en dad, es decir la didáctica a distancia y tuve las clases de mates, filosofía, educación física y ciencias. No comprendí nada de ciencias porque fui en dad y no se oí bien. En tarde hice mis deberes y estudié un poco de italiano. Después fui a casa de tía porque es su cumpleaños, entonces nosotros comimos juntos y luego volví a casa.
an hour ago
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Rami
After a such a long time, I had rice and curry , my absolute favourite!! Nice flavoured fluffy Basmati rice with deep fried fish soaked in rich coconut milk curry ,a typical Srilankan dish, with a set of vegetables curries and papadam .An absolute treat!! all set of curries have complemented each other nicely .Any correction and suggestions are most well come . Thanks in advance .
an hour ago
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