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Practice of English

Posted by ESC on March 28, 2001

In Reply to: Practice of English posted by kate on March 28, 2001

: : : ESC is right. Besides, being pretty has nothing to do with practicing English. Saying that you are pretty will attract the wrong kind of attention. It is safer to practice English in a group (including other women) than on a date with a stranger. Why go to the forest to learn English when you can do that in a park?

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: : There are a diffrence in the mentalitet of nation- russian and other. We are open and frank people and we don't afraid strangers. Why I must afraid people ? They can afraid to me, because I am not only pretty but also I am very strong ^)). It is joke. I didn't do the accent on my appearence - it is not the main point in myself. And it seems strange to me that you pay much attention on it. I don't care about appearence of people . The most interesting for me paying attention on the soul and mind . Do you understand me well ?

: Things may be different in Russia, but it is wise, she who pays heed to good advise. There is no single 'best' way to meet someone who is willing to share our language and culture. Ask a hundred people, and they'll give you a hundred suggestions. But hey, here we are talking - and I too came here for imformation.

I was talking about taking precautions regarding meeting Internet strangers face-to-face. In the flesh.