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Jesse vip

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2019.07.18 22:48

Happy hour: if you have questions about English, ask me in these

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I will try to answer the most questions possible in an hour 🕺
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  • Wilson 2019.07.18 22:49

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    Are you saying there aren't many native English speakers here?
  • Jesse 2019.07.18 22:50

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    @Wilson I am sure that this app has many native English speakers, myself included.
  • Wilson 2019.07.18 22:52

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    so it is not is important to learning spanish for native English
  • David 2019.07.18 22:53

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    Are you familiar with any of these words? (No need to explain just point out the ones you know) Bulwark Navel-gazing Quizzical Diaspora Motif Morose Deus ex machina Hubris Pearl-clutching
  • Jesse 2019.07.18 22:55

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    @David yes, some of these words are rarely used though. Bulwark, motif, quizzical, and hubris are good words to know 👍
  • Aby 2019.07.18 22:56

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    What is the difference between these words: "point", "dot" and "period". In Spanish all of them means the same.
  • Tania 2019.07.18 22:59

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    I heard this from drama "No two ways about it", "You're going" these mean that don't hesitate and try it?
  • Jesse 2019.07.18 23:01

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    @Aby 1) Dot is the symbol of punctuation (.) —> anything that is a small circle is a dot 2) point is like the edge of something (pointy) Point can also be a location; usually a position of something (sometimes we say a “point in time” 3) period is also the (.) symbol for punctuation, but is also used to describe a time frame (time period)
  • Jesse 2019.07.18 23:04

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    @Tania ”no two ways about it” means that something is undeniable and undoubtable
  • Aby 2019.07.18 23:16

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    @Jesse Oh I see, Thankssss !!!!😃
  • Efsun 2019.07.18 23:18

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    I need to show you a question. But its from a multiple chocie test. Can you take a look at your private?
  • Tania 2019.07.18 23:24

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    @Jesse Thank you!
  • Nadine 2019.07.19 00:16

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    @Jesse When the phase" I reckon "may use in a talk?
  • OliverP 2019.08.06 20:40

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    I want to know about contractions like (wanna=want to, etc!) because I don't under stand when someone is using it.
  • Alyz Mars Pereyr 2019.08.10 05:18

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    Thanks
  • fateme 2020.01.17 15:18

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    I have problem in passive😭
  • kasandra alvarez 2020.03.07 13:09

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    I hate the phrases verb are very complicated for me the meaning

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