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    Hi there,
    Please proofread the following sentence.

    Some students studying abroad will only hang out with friends coming from the same countries, so their foreign languages do not improve.


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    Re: hang

    hang out with- this sounds a bit too colloquial for the sentence- how about 'socialise with'
    coming from- either 'come from' or just 'from'

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