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Category: Slang/Expressions

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Love to learn Expressions
I live in Mississippi USA and would love to learn different expressions. Lot of times, I need to write them down to remember them

Language pair: Turkish; English
William Harpole
October 12, 2017

# Msgs: 1

Re: how to master the verb phrase easily?
Hello Jack,

which sorts of verb phrases do you find very difficult to understand? Would you provide an example or two of such verb phrases?

(“Mawkish” means “excessively sentimental” — is that how you’d meant to describe those verb phrases?)

Language pair: English; Chinese, Mandarin
Chris
October 8, 2017

# Msgs: 2
Latest: October 8, 2017
how to master the verb phrase easily?
since i am not a native english speaker, i found very difficult to understand verb phrases. if you're native english speaker, could you have the experience to know the meaning of these mawkish phrase?

Language pair: English; Chinese, Mandarin
Jack Wang
October 6, 2017

# Msgs: 2
Latest: October 8, 2017
LEARN MORE FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Hi everyone, my name is Trang Nguyen, I come from Vietnam, I really want to improve my English. Besides, I love French because it is romantic. Please practice together ^^ I can help you know more about Vietnamese- my lovely languge

Language pair: English; French
Trang Nguyen
September 23, 2017

# Msgs: 1

Re:I just started Chinese classes
Hola Daniela! I am Vivi from Taiwan. I hope I can practice my Spanish with you and I can help you with your Chinese or English conversation! Feel free to contact me!

Language pair: Spanish; Chinese, Mandarin
Vivi Liao
September 21, 2017

# Msgs: 3
Latest: September 21, 2017
je cherche à améliorer mon française et mon anglaise
bonjour à tous,


je parle persain et j'ai étudié les lettres françaises à l'université. je cherche à améliorer mon français et mon anglais en échange, je peux bien vous apprends la langue persain.


bien cordialement,


Language pair: French; English
Hajar
September 20, 2017

# Msgs: 1

Help me to write my article
Hi there,
I'm writing an article about how to use the language exchange programs and it would be so good to test it with somebody.
On the other side I'm learning English and Portuguese to make my dream come true ;)


Language pair: English; Portuguese
Orsolya
September 18, 2017

# Msgs: 1

I want to learn Spanish language
Hello! My name is danikka! I can speak English. But I want to learn Spanish.I would love you to teach me some phrases

Language pair: Spanish; Spanish
danikka velarde
September 11, 2017

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Samira
👋 hello I'm samira a Moroccan girl I would like to learn Korean and I speak Arabic feruntly and French and English are good too but not like Arabic so I would like to know someone who is interested in Arabic and can teach me Korean or japonaise

Language pair: Arabic, Moroccan; Korean
Samira Oufares
September 7, 2017

# Msgs: 1

Re:Need help with a understanding the following Spanish phrase
Hi Anne! Spanish is my native language and I think it means something like if the children were playing pranks on his grandfather. Tambien puede significar que el abuelo se volvio una persona tonta que se deja influenciar mucho (mas de lo razonable) por sus nietos.

Hope it was helpful

Language pair: Spanish; 
John Durán
August 26, 2017

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