|Question: what to tell a girl you just met - posted by 10.0.0.7 Reply
|This is a tough question to answer without more information. I imagine you like this girl. If that's the case, the best thing to do is to be friendly, but not pushy. Be complimentary, but be careful that you don't come across as sounding fake. It's always a good idea to try to be yourself. Invite her to meet you for coffee, lunch, or an evening at the movies. These are "safe" first date ideas that aren't likely to come across as being too forward. - posted by Mary G. White
|Question: how to speak english - posted by 10.0.0.7 Reply
Learning to speak English can take time. However, if you are willing to learn, you can be taught. Start by calling around to your local colleges and asking them if they offer any classes. If you can't find a class, ask around for the name of a tutor. Next, surround yourself by the language. Listen to music, watch shows, and hang out with those who speak English. There are also tapes and books available that can help you learn. If you are uncomfortable about your unfamiliarity with the language, ask for help. Most people love to reach out to help when needed. The most important thing is to not give up. It won't happen overnight, but if you practice daily, you'll begin to become more comfortable with English. - posted by Debbie LaCroix
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