Practise English on Twitter with other English learners from around the world. Join this group and share your Twitter ID and Twitter Tips. Who should we follow?
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Do you use twitter to practise English? Many twitter users call this #twinglish.

Here is an easy guide on How to use twitter.
Here are some twitter tips for English learners.

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  • Thanks Rafal. I'll follow you back !!
  • Please follow me :) @kukingdom
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