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Posted by rainbowadder (U15607493) on Wednesday, 13th February 2013
Hi everyone, I'm French, it's my first post and I'm here like a lot of
people I think for improve my english and I hope to website allow me to make good meeting and learn more things about people with their culture differences in the language of Shakespeare.
soon in this forum
I hope also that people won't hesitate to correct my mistakes in english.
Posted by jooel (U14564728) on Wednesday, 13th February 2013
Nice to see you here and you are warmly welcome to join among us. This is good place to improve your english and meet others from all around the world.
You've talked something about Shakspeare. Do you like his works? I know the guy but I'm not so familiar with his products except some well-known ones.
You allowed that your mistakes can be corrected. So at first I noticed that you don't use so much articles. I was told that it is better prefer to add some article than not if you are not sure. Some corrections: a French, the website, a good meeting.
However I'm learner too so my mistakes can also be corrected.
Posted by rainbowadder (U15607493) on Thursday, 14th February 2013
Thank you for your response.
Concerning your first question I don't in depth the oeuvre de Shakespeare just a few like everybody he was a big poet, playwright and writer and he was an inportante personne for the cultural English.
Regarding my orthographe mistakes I'm delighted that you did this remarks because this makes me grow and the aim is to less and less used Google Translation ans improve my english.
And to finish Jooel if you want to start one discussion about a topic like... I don't now I would be delighted.
See you later in this post or other in this board.
Posted by Elsair (U15527802) on Friday, 15th February 2013
very glad to me ,to meet you in this board ,we have one dream to speak english without hesitate ,to share our topics, to offer with useful chat. for that i choose you to do that.
see you soon
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