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2019.06.21 07:18

Don't feel bad about making mistakes. native speakers make mistakes

all day, every day. for example, I often confuse "who" and "whom" when speaking. also, I can't pronounce "barracuda" 🤣
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  • sara99 2019.06.21 07:19

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    😃 positive
  • Jack Z 2019.06.21 07:22

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    thanks
  • Doaa 2019.06.21 07:54

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    @sara99 hi
  • abderrahmane 2019.06.21 07:58

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    True We learn from our mistake
  • Abajja Abajja 2019.06.21 08:05

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    Lol if u do a mistakes .in same time you learne
  • Ben 本 2019.06.21 08:06

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    @Placebo you may be right. Languages evolve over time, and words like "whom" could be considered archaic in the near future...
  • أحمد 2019.06.21 08:39

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    You can't say baracuta but me I can't say one word
  • RoseGoldAle 2019.06.21 09:18

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    😂 thank you for this amazing information
  • mustapha 2019.06.21 10:06

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    😓
  • Manal. 2019.06.21 10:48

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    That's a great relief for me thank youuu😂😂
  • sara99 2019.06.21 18:17

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    @Doaa hi
  • 神马已死 2019.07.16 20:19

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    FA

    Whom is the objective case of “who”. I like him. I like her. I like whom? You wouldn’t say: I like he. I like she. I like who? (But technically this last one is ok because language evolves)
  • Sally 2019.07.27 02:31

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    Haha
  • Buthaina 2019.11.20 14:08

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    Hahahah
  • Aalaa 2019.12.02 07:25

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    😃😳😝

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