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Kasper Small from adona on 2018-05-22
To your phrase that are the knowing of addictions in the two different types of the English that are from US and from UK. With the solutions of this difference I came here that is on essays online uk sites for the all useful words in the English from both states.
alicebrant from Louisville on 2018-05-22
Actually, broadening/improving one's language skills is a very broad concept, it should be done in more than one ways at the same time which is highly recommended. One can NOT become better ONLY in one area, say, speaking, one MUST improve skills in ALL dimensions of the language!
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James J. Ford from London on 2016-07-01
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James J. Ford from London on 2016-07-01
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yet now wherever I am on the planet I should go to each year get-together gathering it's great to see old mates assembling and sharing there backgrounds
Doria from shang hai on 2014-08-03
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Sonnet from Dhaka on 2014-06-01
Amazing website,very helpful
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susan from phoenix on 2013-03-25
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John Lyu from Xiamen on 2012-11-17
amazing website,very helpful
Xiaoping from norwich on 2012-08-05
could you turn up the voice?
naomi from Shanghai on 2012-07-29
Very helpful!!!!!! Great job!
Paula from Chester, Cheshire on 2012-06-27
There are some things that I wouldn't expect to hear. "I'm from Halifax, England" would be far more likely to be "I'm from Halifax, West Yorkshire" or simply - "I'm from Halifax". We tend to call movies films and I have never heard a British person refer to a cinema as a movie theatre (theater). P.S. Hugh - they had to pick an accent from somewhere - why not Yorkshire? Suresh - Neither a Brit nor an American would ever say "please to help me" "I wanna..." may translate as "May I...?" or "I would like...". "Please help me" (without the "to") literally means I need help!
Jiaaa from Zhengzhou on 2012-05-20
just wondering that it could be better if there are some notes to cultural aspects
suresh mukuntha from chennai on 2012-05-18
i wanna learn english..pls help to me
DD from zhan jiang on 2012-05-13
sometimes,the voice can't hear,when I click
Hugh from Sitrling on 2012-04-05
I don't think the British accent is very typical.
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