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Hello! I found your website through Really Learn English. Well I am English this is the thing, and I live in Spain and over the pass few years I have
Hello dear, Thanks for your nice and helpful website which I myself as a teacher learned lots of things in it. I am an English teacher with 9 years of
Hi Everyone, As I mentioned in the June newsletter I would like to incorporate a book club into our monthly newsletter. Reading a good book is a fantastic
Hi Diana, I am so interested with your website especially about writing course. I found your website through search engine. I want to join in your writing
Here is a classic song from Celine Dion: My Heart Will Go On. Some people love it, while others hate it. What do you think?
Hello Diana, nice to find you in this video and i hope see you in others, you are so kind i hope that you can achieve your dream and make so fun and interesting
I have watched many movies in English with subtitles and there are many expressions native speakers use a lot which I don't understand. I'd like you to
Dear, Ms. Naomi Simmons I am writing to you from Turkey. I have a son who is seven years old. I want him to learn English very much. Is this age too late
Why do most Americans pronounce Arkansas (ahr kuh n saw)instead of (ar kan zuh s), they don't say (kuh n saw) for Kansas?
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