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  1. Thread: English homework

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    I understand and sympathize with your difficulty converting words from one language to the next.
    However, allow yourself whatever time there is to be made for speaking to someone who speaks...
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    As you say, Mashika, nothing compares to seeing and hearing a person speak.
    We can imitate the sounds so much easier when we absorb the presence of language in person.

    Speech naturally carries...
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    I was just 'a waa-chin' a movie about the reluctant soldier from world war 1, Sgt. Alvin York, who along with a small number of his fellow soldiers, captured 132 enemy soldiers, all because his...
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    The cool thing is that the expressions we share here likely tell us that we'd get along well if we all knew each other in person.

    And to be very accurate with you Mashika, you are very good...
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    I would also say, in a major way, that I have never purposely corrected anyone writing here on Avalon....because of a profound respect for their learning and the way their native languages exists....
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    Oh and also i can see other words on that site but i'm not working on them, but it's fun because same issue

    Vitamin:
    British: Bit-A-Min
    US: Bite-A-Min

    Me: Wait-A-Min...

    I love the English...
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