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    #41

    Re: I don't know how to lear english.

    I'd like to say I am Chinese. In face, I am a Chinese is also ok. To much information makes people confused

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    #42

    Re: I don't know how to lear english.

    Of course, in spoken English, anything comprehensible goes.


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    #43

    Re: I don't know how to lear english.

    in my opinion, it is more natural when you say " I'm Chinese". however, in spoken language, say like you it's ok. No problem! feel free to use English in suitable ways.
    Cheer.

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    #44

    Re: I don't know how to lear english.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwel View Post
    In face, I am a Chinese is also ok. To much information makes people confused
    I think you meant to say in fact. Also, say too much.



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    #45

    Re: I don't know how to lear english.

    Hi every body, i am greek from cyprus. I'm first time here and i don't no how to use this site, i need some help. My English is not very good

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    #46

    Re: I don't know how to lear english.

    Quote Originally Posted by korelidis View Post
    Hi every body, i am greek from cyprus. I'm first time here and i don't no how to use this site, i need some help. My English is not very good
    At least you can speak English.
    You look around the site, you'll get the hang of it soon.

    All the best!

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    #47

    Re: I don't know how to lear english.

    Comments and suggestions.

    Quote Originally Posted by korelidis View Post
    Hi every body, i am greek from cyprus. I'm first time here and i don't no how to use this site, i need some help. My English is not very good
    Hi everybody! I am Greek from Cyprus. This is my first time here, and I don't know how to use this site. I need some help. My English is not very good.
    Browse the site. Look around. Try some quizzes. Ask some questions. Find what interests you. Have fun!


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    #48

    Re: I don't know how to learn english.

    he's a thief

    or

    he's the theif???


    which one is correct also i would like to know when to use in or on for example what's on your brain? or whats in your mind?? he's on the street or he's in the street?? how to diffrenciate between on, in , at, in. for instance if i say i want to say '' i am at the gym ' should i use at or in??? any help would be appreciated.

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    #49

    Re: I don't know how to learn english.

    Say:
    He's a thief.
    What's on your mind?
    I'm at the gym.


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    #50

    Re: I don't know how to learn english.

    I have a question about the inversion
    If type 2:Can i use Did I ...., instead of using If I...
    My teacher told me not to use this sentence. But i've found some information. There was an example:
    If i had a lot of money...
    Did i have a lot of money

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