I'm looking for........interesting topics.
Why don't you use the same expression like ”WANTED" for looking your partner?
It's easier for everyone to find it.
WANTED a native English speaker!
WANTED a Japanese practice partner!
WANTED a french learners!
It's easier for me to skip them. The good discussion topic is always buried.

”Looking for...." is seen a lot today. Is it more effective than "WANTED"?
Apr 12, 2019 4:54 PM
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They should also offer a reward. And add "dead or alive"? Maybe not.
April 12, 2019
Reward? It's a super excitement of gambling. Find a nice person or a creepy.
Dead or Alive? Either way should be fine because they are very hungry to find them.
April 12, 2019
Alyciaさん、ありがとうございます!Thank you very much!
April 12, 2019


「native English speakers WANTED」や「Japanese language partners WANTED」や「French learners WANTED」は正しいです。それから、その動詞はその文章の終わりで書くは正しいです。理由は原文は「Native English speakers are wanted by me/us」ですからと思います。

April 12, 2019
Oh, that's why you found my old topic. Thank you very much. Yes, "WANTED" is more urgency. It might be rude but it's their real feeling. It's a joke. I don't think someone listens to me. Thank you for your comment. :)
April 12, 2019
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