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I have great passion for studying languages. I hope I can be your friend here.

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I’d, I’d like to, I’d love to

I have difficulty distinguishing these three expressions. I constantly get corrected here but still don’t get it. With “I’d,” I’ve not...
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Jul 28, 2017 00:58
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(5/5) The Seen and The Unseen With native lang

The pub singer sang, “If my armor breaks, I’ll fuse it back together.” This line was inspiring, but life isn’t that easy. We do need a...
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Jul 27, 2017 01:16
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(4/5) The Seen and The Unseen With native lang

“I’m so sorry but I gotta go…” With that, I pushed the paper across the table and stood up, ready to leave. The lady said, “I’ll pra...
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Jul 27, 2017 01:04
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(3/5) The Seen and The Unseen With native lang

The entire conversation, literally her monologue, had lasted over an hour before I knew it. I took a cursory look at my phone out of the ...
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Jul 24, 2017 00:46
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(2/5) The Seen and The Unseen With native lang

She lowered her voice: “I’m gonna audition for a show in Shanghai. Could you listen and give me some advice?” “Sure.” The old lady ...
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Jul 24, 2017 00:41
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What a strange expression!
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LZ
One of the nicest, smartest, most experienced and yet also most humble Chinese guys you're likely to find around here. He's very intelligent and accepting of others and frankly always comes across as a role-model for others to follow; if you need an example of what excellent citizens make China great, then look no further. Naturally, as being humble almost amounts to being his religion, he'll no doubt find these effusive compliments (albeit true) to be nigh on sacrilege. Which really just reinforces my points. So if you want a friend who not only has so many superb qualities, but also want someone profoundly skilled in Mandarin Chinese, then he's your man. He'll also easily be able to explain things in English. Should you be Japanese, he has some skills there too and many others. You'll like him. If you for some reason don't, then it must by logical extension naturally mean that you're a cunt and should just delete your account. Cheers.