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Joyce 2 month s ago
Not really helpful
       
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Carol 2 month s ago
English is the easiest language there is, that's why almost everybody is able to understand it.
       
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Woody 2 month s ago
Carol,

I belive it is considered the easiest to START because it steals so many languages. But it is third hardest to master next to Cantonese/Mandarin and another one.
       
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Adrienne 2 month s ago
Woody,
oOnly for Americans.
       
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Riche 2 month s ago
Adrienne,

What is your deal? Add something funny, witty, personal, real. Broken records are just that, broken.
       
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Tim 2 month s ago
Carol,

not really it has so much nonsensical bullsh#t that as a non-native you get confused a lot.
       
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Dorothea 2 month s ago
Yes, lets memorize them all. sarcastic
       
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Luther 2 month s ago
#2 In the US, commercial highrise structures like hotels and office skyscrapers all have a Ground or Lobby Floor. Residential apartment highrises start with the first floor, as do low building such as houses, motels, and malls.
       
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Casper 2 month s ago
This is mostly just a glorified thesaurus. I suppose some of this could be useful to non-native speakers, but the only thing I learned was proper use of the word "fishes."
       
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Euphemia 2 month s ago
#13 I and WE use SHALL in the future, not WILL.

Many of these tips are just wrong, and only the opinion of the author.

I’ve never heard a single person say “I’m off to park” in my entire life.
       
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Angie 2 month s ago
A bunch of grape? Grapes!
       
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Brandy 2 month s ago
REally
       
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