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- Have these dialogues taken place? Yes.
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- I think I wrote a mistaken word somewhere on youtube - or perhaps not
- What is Expertise? Some Things It is Not.
- It Seems Apocalypse is Explained in a Very Relevant Part
- Dialoguing Mainly with Adversaries
- Why do my Posts Right Here Not Answer YOUR Questio...
Wednesday, November 9, 2022
According to Il Milanese, my level in English is Very Advanced
This is for the guys who pretend my English is lousy, I don't even make it to beginners' level ...
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POC English, 10 Oct. 2022
1 C) 2A) (but hardly correct information about me)
3B) 4C) 5C)
6C) 7B or C) (B impossible for a future plan? even if present is used? wait, would have been "going out partying" not "going partying"?)
8 B) 9B) 10C) (again, not correct info about me)
Misled by the typo, 10B if it is ago. "the last thirty years" would be awkward, but "thirty years age" is impossible.
8/10 (8 or more -> not beginner)
1A) 2B) 3A) 4C) 5A) (he claims 5C, but I am confident I have heard "sorry for what I said/did" somewhere)
6B) 7B) 8C) (true, never get used to it) 9B) (but travelling, not traveling, please!)
10 A) if you can add "yesterday" or "last hour"
10 C) otherwise (and the sign is misleading, one can be wasted for lack of sleep)
1B) 2C) 3C) 4A) 5B)
6 curricular - oh, they aren't offered, but imposed, only the extra-curricular ones are offered, sorry
9 irreplaceable (replaceable would have been with smaller values)
10 misfortune (fotune could have been the case with "often ill" since it means time off school, but constantly is a misfortune)