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Kobi C.

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2020.05.15 17:11
Hello, My Friends from Around the World!

Here are 10 Phrases to practice pronunciation.

I hope this helps. 😊
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  • Kobi C. 2020.05.15 17:20

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    @Darkk
  • jose 2020.05.15 17:28

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    Thanks kobi 💯
  • Kobi C. 2020.05.15 17:30

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    @Manolo
  • Kobi C. 2020.05.15 17:30

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    @jose Very Welcome! 💫
  • jose 2020.05.15 17:31

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    @Kobi C. Have a good day
  • Franco 2020.05.15 17:42

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    Are "I don't mind" and " I don't care" the same?
  • Isaí 2020.05.15 17:45

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    Thank you
  • Pauline 2020.05.15 17:58

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    Thanks
  • Kobi C. 2020.05.16 04:09

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    @jose Thank you. Have a great weekend!
  • Kobi C. 2020.05.16 04:16

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    @Franco Good question. Although the expression “I don’t mind” and “I don’t care” are similar... “I don’t care” expresses a stronger feeling of... rejection. “I don’t mind” expresses the fact that something isn’t important enough for you to think about one way or another. It neither pleases you nor displeases you. However... “I don’t care” expresses something doesn’t deserve your attention or concern. So even though the words say “I don’t care”... it’s understood that in fact you have an undisclosed feeling of displeasure but do not want to discuss it.
  • Kobi C. 2020.05.16 04:32

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    @Franco Example B: Person 1: “I heard the boss’s nephew was promoted to being your new manager even though he has less experience than you.” Person 2: “Yeah, well, I don’t care. I’m going to leave this company anyway.” (Person 2 says he has no concern... which may be true IF he goes to another company. But, it’s understood that Person 2 is probably displeased with not getting the promotion and does not want to talk about neither his feelings nor the situation.) I hope this helps.
  • Kobi C. 2020.05.16 04:32

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    @Isaí Very Welcome!
  • Kobi C. 2020.05.16 04:33

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    @Carolina Torres Perfect!
  • Kobi C. 2020.05.16 04:34

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    @Alba Very Welcome!
  • Franco 2020.05.16 04:43

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    @Kobi C. Thank you👏👏
  • Kobi C. 2020.05.16 05:13

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    correction: “... and does not want to talk about EITHER his feelings OR the situation.”
  • Carolina Torres 2020.05.16 11:32

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    @Kobi C. Thanks😃😃😃
  • Kobi C. 2020.05.16 15:11

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    @Carolina Torres Very Welcome!⚡️⚡️⚡️
  • Constanza 2020.05.16 15:55

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    Why “my car won’t start”? Is it okay to put “my car doesn’t start”?
  • Kobi C. 2020.05.16 16:21

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    @Constanza Good Question. Yes, we would understand both sentences. Native English speakers would make the following distinction. 1. If the owner of the car is thinking about an attempt to start the car either now or in the very near future, the speaker says: “My car won’t start.” because “won’t” is the contraction of “will not” Example: Person 1: “I’m going to be late to work today.” Person 2: “Why?” Person 1: “My car won’t start.” Or Person 1 (walks into a cafe): “Hello. May I use your phone, please?” Person 2: “Why? What’s wrong?” Person 1: “For some reason, my car won’t start and I need to call a tow truck.” In this example, she tried to start the car ( dry recent past tense)... the car currently does not start (present tense)... and she knows if she tries again (in the very near future) the car will not start without a mechanic fixing it.

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