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grinchhere

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  1. Thank you very much! I find your solution very helpful. I work as an editor and I have to write lots of texts. I usually look for some tools that can simplify my work and make the process more effective. I have even ordered a reliable printer with cartridges to use at home. I have a little home office. By the way, here is a store where I order everything https://www.mrdepot.ca/products/brother-dcp-l2550dw-toner . They have free delivery.
  2. I've always wondered why Japanese cuisine sounds the same as ours. Then I looked at the design of their kitchens and understood everything.
  3. Almost all the job offers require perfect language skills. But I suppose it is possible to find some vacancies without those requirements. Try to look at https://ca.jooble.org/jobs/Cambridge%2C-ON. These types of jobs are a good start and opportunity to improve language and get a working experience.
  4. I was recently fired from my job, and I was afraid that it would be difficult for me to find a new one. But I decided not to despair and try to find a job on this site https://uk.jooble.org/jobs-work-from-home/Scotland where only current ads from real employers are displayed. There you can create your resume and search for a job. If you have an excellent knowledge of English, this will be a big plus.
  5. Glad to be a part of this forum. I speak three languages: English, Spanish and French. I can also translate Russian and Turkish texts.
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