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Category: Slang/Expressions
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Hey I am from Austria, a native german speaker and want to improve my English and French. ( I am not a gold member, so please write me if you are intersted in)

Here is my question: What are good phrases to express how exhausted or tired you are?

Language pair: English; French
Lisa Rauch
June 22, 2017

# Msgs: 1

need help frome english speaker
hi .im alee frome the netherlands like to contact with english speakers and i can help you to learn dutch and persian.

Language pair: English; 
Alee jan
June 20, 2017

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English Slang
I know here in the US the English language gets harder and harder to communicate with when it comes to American youth. We constantly are creating new ways to say everything even I get confused and I've been speaking English my whole life. So if any English learners want some American slang explanations message me.

Language pair: English; 
June 20, 2017

# Msgs: 1

Re: Russian-English
Hi Margo,

by “English poetry”, do you mean English-language poetry, or do you mean poetry composed by poets from England?

What specifically would you like to know about English poetry? (I’m not an expert on the subject, but depending upon what you’d like to know, I might be able to answer your question.)

Language pair: English; Russian
June 19, 2017

# Msgs: 2
Latest: June 19, 2017
I can help with Russian to you with great pleasure, if you need help. I can answer your questions about my coutry and its traditions, about our national food and about my city- Saint-Petersburg.
I' d like to learn English.I' d like to know something about English poetry.
Reply me,please.

Language pair: English; Russian
June 17, 2017

# Msgs: 2
Latest: June 19, 2017
Hello I'm a native English speaker looking to learn French! 💕
I know a little of the basics of French and I want to be able to hold a conversation! So in exchange for helping me I will help you learn English! Thank you 😙

Language pair: English; 
Essence💕 Shanice
June 12, 2017

# Msgs: 1

Ciao Pouc mi piacerebbe se potresti fare due chiacchiere in italiano con me.

Language pair: Italian; Italian
Bogdan Andreescu
June 9, 2017

# Msgs: 5
Latest: June 9, 2017
Sweet As Cool or Awesome
Kiwi New Zealanders - Also a native bird to New Zealand
No Worries It's OK / Not a Problem
She'll be Right It's OK / Not a Problem
Haka Maori war dance, commonly used by national sports teams
Hangi Traditional style of Maori cooking
Jandals Flip Flops / Thongs
Thongs G-String style underwear
Tomato Sauce Ketchup
Yeah, nah bro This is an indecisive phrase, followed by an explanation
Bro Brother or good friend

Language pair: English; Japanese
Raymond Fernando
May 29, 2017

# Msgs: 1

Re:How to say in Pashto "shut up or keep quite" just in one word
I had a student tell me that a phrase similar to this is (phonetically) "altarasha". Can anybody confirm or give the rough translation? It would be much appreciated.

Language pair: Pushto (Pashto); English
TJ Hanson
May 18, 2017

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Latest: May 18, 2017
Potresti spiegarme anche questa espressione: "Allora all'aperto non scappo"?

Language pair: Italian; Italian
Bogdan Andreescu
May 17, 2017

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