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Xaverius Sabon

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Here is the list of phrasal verbs with Fall Fall about informal. to laugh in an uncontrolled way We fell about when he said tha...
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Paul M

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Which languages in the world sound the quickest?
To non-speakers of a language, the rate at which sounds fly out of mouths is unbelievable. With that in mind, which language actually sounds the fastest?
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Paul M

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If you’ve just returned from a successful trip abroad and find yourself lagging a bit in your language learning, read on to discover some great tips to get over that language hump!
So you've just returned from your language immersion program abroad and you want to continue improving like never before. Check out these tips to continue!
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Rajoo Jee

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how to join this hangouts
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Maiwand Ehsani

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I respect those that tell me the truth . No how hard it is.
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Zohirul Islam

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at Kuala Lampur in Malaysia
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English is an international language. 
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Lal C

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Hi, am from India and eager to improve my level of conversational English and writing as well.  Interested counterparts are invited to have conversation in Hangout aiming improvement of English.
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Very good for learning 
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Bert Nelp

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Hello, anybody interested in voice hangouts to improve the language?
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Hi add me
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Roberto Coelho

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Hi folks! My name is Roberto and I'm from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

This is my first post and I started study english a few months ago. This community is helping me a lot. I want to make new friends and improve my english. I'll leave my email addresses below and if you want to be my friend feel free to send me an email or call me on hangout to chat.

roberto.rjunior@gmail.com

Thanks to all! 
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+Lal C Hi Lal, nice to meet you! First of all, I 'd to apologize, because I was off for long time. I live in Rio de Janeiro since I was born, so... I know a lot of things and good places to go. What do you want to know? 
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Zohirul Islam

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Way to over protective
I am not allowed to eat processed food. Mum only allows natural and organic food.
but now i am far away from Mum, so who said don't touch street food.
where every restaurant come to the street way ...

How about peanut candy???
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Bill Davis
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ENGLISH IDIOMS:

by far
far and away

Both of these mean "very much, more than any other." Here are some examples:

1. This is by far the best pizza I've ever had.
2. This is the best pizza I've ever had by far
3. This is far and away the best pizza I've ever had.

These sentences all mean exactly the same thing: I am emphatically stating that this is the best pizza I've eaten... not just the best, but no other pizza is even a close second.

TIP: because not to mix these two forms together! In others words, do NOT say "*by far and away." Use with "by" or "...and away."

Okay, now you try to sentences with these forms and let's talk about them...
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Thanks guys. ;)
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Joab Rocha

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Hi! My name is Joab, and I am from Brazil. I have studied English for few years and I would like to improve my skills in this language. I also want to know about others cultures and customs.
FAREWELL.

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Hi +Joab Rocha​ I am from India. I am interested to learn English with you.
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Maiwand Ehsani

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Please make a sentence for each words :
Interrupted
Interruption
Interrupt
Incredible
Incredibly
Inform
Inflammation
Inflammatory
Inflammable
Imminent
Innovate
Innovation
Inventory
Inspect
Inspection
Involved
Involvement
Inspiration
Inspire
Insult

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I was making a really good point, it was so annoying when she interrupted me. Interruptions are so annoying, I hate it when people interrupt. 
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mostafa abdou

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Thank you for adding. .. my heartly wishes to all to become fluent .
I am from Egypt 
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Zohirul Islam

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Thanks, this is very good opportunities for me to learn easily English 
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+Jola Fallach, We ask that member do no correct others' posts unless they ASK for input. Otherwise, please respond to the content/intent. Thanks!.
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Maiwand Ehsani

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Hi Mr Davis
I'm new member. I have tow main problem:
I can speak fluent
I don't understand when people are talking with each other .
Hope you you advise me and guide me what to do to speak well and understand when people are talking .
Thanks in advance .
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Proficiency grows level by level by adding much more than vocabulary. More vocabulary does not necessarily mean a higher level of proficiency.
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Hatem Halal

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Hello ,Could you help me to improve my English skills?

Yours regards


Hatem
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