I have created this group to learn new words together, especially the most frequent words.
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Hello dear friends
Welcome to the group!
We will learn new words together in this group.I begin with the head words of the Academic Word List.
Come on and join us,read discussions and participate in them by making new sentences to enrich our vocabularies together.As you know the best way for learning new words is memorizing them in a phrase or sentence,thus you can learn them better when you use it yourself in a simple sentence.
Here is a friendly place,so if you found any mistakes or thought of any changes here I would be happy to listen to all of them.
Good luck!
Ensie

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  • Hello........

    Iam new in this site,I want to learn new english words........and how to use them.I usually check dictionary.

  • hi thank you for craeting this group i hope ican learn new words here.

    greeting

  • Noone is perfect. I also was corrected many many times... (See here http://www.busuu.com/user/1441154)

    I still need corrections.

  • Good try, Truong! :)

    Just a small correction because the second part of your sentence needs a verb.

    It's rain in a few minutes, otherwise (in other case; if it didn't rain) the weather would be very hot.:)

  • Therefore we are here ;)
  • Otherwise = in other case

    You ought to study, otherwise (in other case; if you don't study) you will get bad marks.

    appriciate => appreciate

     

    Good luck, Truong! :)

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  • woooow Great Ensie. I love vocabulary's groups. Thanks for creating this and invited me in. :)

    Skoon ...
  • have a nice day.i 'm new member.hi everybody
  • hi, i am samira.i`m a new member of this group,so i`m not familiar with it.i need your helps.tanx
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