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Share your favorite tv show in English.
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Feb 25, 2021 7:11 AM
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Share something interesting about Chinese culture that you've recently learned.
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Feb 25, 2021 7:36 AM
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italki
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List at least three types of Italian pizza and tell us which one is your favorite!
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Feb 25, 2021 7:22 AM
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italki
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Share three places you would like to visit in English-speaking countries and why.
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Feb 22, 2021 3:29 AM
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Share something new in Italian you've learned in your last italki lesson. It could be a new vocabulary word, grammar rule, or expression.
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Feb 22, 2021 3:31 AM
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Share your favorite YouTube channel for language learning.
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Feb 22, 2021 3:34 AM
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Sophia
Hi! My name is Sophia and I am 17 year old. I am looking for someone with whom I can practice my English with. My native language is German/ Spanish.
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Seren Kartal
Hi there. I'm looking for a partner to practice and improve my english speaking. If you interested in, please text me
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Georgiana
Did you read that book? Or Have you read that book?
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Terry May
I am making a request to English language speakers who have advanced proficiency in the language. My request is related to grammar in particular and I mean correct English grammar. A teacher from another country asked the following: "Is this sentence correct?" "Her grandparents have been vaccinated today." Her question was not asking about other options, but it simply asked is the sentence correct. I responded that the use of the Present Perfect in the Passive Voice was an acceptable usage with that sentence. In some cases, it was pointed out in other responses that "Her grandparents were vaccinated today" is the only acceptable way to write the sentence. My understanding is that the Present Perfect in the Passive Voice is pertinent for the sentence in question. The sentence refers to a period of time in the very near past that is a continuation into the present moment. It's an unspecified time reference and the fact that a particular time period has passed serves to equalize the intended meaning. I am a native speaker of English. I realize that even native speakers can get these nuances differences wrong. I am passionate about learning and that includes my own language. If I'm wrong, my ego won't be bruised. But, I am asking for feedback so I can be certain.
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