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    ICQ, talking to English people

    I understand this what I am going to ask you won't probably come under English language and grammatics, but I need help and I don't know anyone who could help me. I have got a problem with ICQ. What does AWAITING AUTHORISATION mean? How can I change it? How to use ICQ at all? I know you must think I must be so stupid... But I want to learn English by chatting with other people. If you know some good web-site where I could chat with native English, tell me please! I would love it!

    BTW: If you'll find any mistakes (I think there will be many of them in the text I wrote), please, try to correct it.

    Thank you very much.... Answer, please...

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    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.


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    #3
    Thank you for the link, but it won't help me so much... I am not very good at searching informations, in addition when all the informations are in English....

    Do you know some other web-sites where to chat?

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    #4
    I'm afraid I don't use chat so I don't know much about it. A few sites offer it, but there doesn't seem to be much activity.


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    Re: ICQ, talking to English people

    Hi,

    'Awaiting Authorization' means that you are waiting for the permission to use the chat.

    Iza

    Quote Originally Posted by Lenka
    I understand this what I am going to ask you won't probably come under English language and grammatics, but I need help and I don't know anyone who could help me. I have got a problem with ICQ. What does AWAITING AUTHORISATION mean? How can I change it? How to use ICQ at all? I know you must think I must be so stupid... But I want to learn English by chatting with other people. If you know some good web-site where I could chat with native English, tell me please! I would love it!

    BTW: If you'll find any mistakes (I think there will be many of them in the text I wrote), please, try to correct it.

    Thank you very much.... Answer, please...

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