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  1. Newbie
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    #1

    this club is free?

    i just want to know if this club free or not?
    then the teacher here are native speaker or not


    with due great

  2. IvanV's Avatar

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    Re: this club is free?

    I'd not be calling UsingEnglish.com a club, but it's certainly free, and you're most welcome to post your questions and participate in all conversations.
    Teachers are in a great number native speakers, some of them are not, but their competence should in no way be questioned. If a non-teacher answers you question, his post bears a 'not-a-teacher' tag.

    Welcome to the forums!

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    #3

    Re: this club is free?

    Quote Originally Posted by IvanV View Post
    I'd not be calling UsingEnglish.com a club, but it's certainly free, and you're most welcome to post your questions and participate in all conversations.
    Teachers are in a great number native speakers, some of them are not, but their competence should in no way be questioned. If a non-teacher answers you question, his post bears a 'not-a-teacher' tag.
    That's the ideal. But just as anyone can post, any person can answer questions regardless of their level of English. Some responders give more competent answers than others. It's a bit like real life.
    PS: I should note that if someone gives a wrong answer, it will almost always be challenged. So don't let this put you off!

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    Re: this club is free?

    I could't agree more...

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