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Diego Castrillon
Why not Google it instead of asking? Not get me wrong, asking about complex things is great. But recently I've seen a lot of people asking questions that could be easily solved just by searching on the internet.
I just don't get why do people wait for hours and have to deal with explanations that could be a little tricky.
Maybe because they want to engage in the app, have friends and "language partners",or they're are just looking for attention? Am I very unsociable and that's why I don't understand it? 
What are your thoughts? 
May 11, 2019 7:31 AM
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There are two reasons.

1. Sharing opinions with other people can give you more than simple research in the internet,  everyone has his own experiences so in my opinion it can be helpful. This website is perfect for it. at the momment.

2. Visiting the Discussion board is in my opinion the best way to find the best eventual exchange partner or teacher or tutor. There are a lot of people here who aren't active cause they were here once in a lifetime but Discussion board are the best way to find experienced intelligent people who are active here so you can be allmost sure that they could help you in learning a new things. A lot of values.

May 11, 2019
Write a questions, even simple, helps people to improve they writing skills and get involving in conversation. Overall these first steps help to learn language
May 11, 2019
They want to have some new perceptions or just keen to know what other think, perhaps.
May 11, 2019

The people that are asking these questions might not have a lot of faith into Google's search algorithm. I've had instances where Google gives me something i wasn't even searching for (e.g. the game Kotor when i was searching for the city of Kotor).

May 11, 2019
Diego it's only because they are so lazy. You know, the persons who are really serious about learning any language, they don't post any such things here. They just book teachers or serious partners. Sometimes, I think that some people are here only to find out their dating partner instead of finding language partners.
May 11, 2019
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Diego Castrillon
Language Skills
English, Spanish
Learning Language