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  1. Thank you, I also started learning French and am looking for good books. I've also heard that reading fiction books is a good idea when learning a foreign language. I found such a service https://freebooksummary.com/category/a-class-divided to select books that I would like to read. I was very interested in the book A Class Divided. Have you read it? And in general, how do you like the idea of reading books to learn a language?
  2. I also really liked "The Outsiders", but my favorite book was "Fahrenheit 451", by Ray Bradbury. I have a few favorite quotes from this book. They sound like this: "He was not happy. He was not happy. He said the words to himself. He recognized this as the true state of affairs. He wore his happiness like a mask and the girl had run off across the lawn with the mask and there was no way of going to knock on her door and ask for it back. " “‘ There must be something in books, things we can’t imagine, to make a woman stay in a burning house; there must be something there. You don’t stay for
  3. Although the topic is a bit outdated, I want to ask you what are your favorite books that you would recommend everyone to read? I also love to read, but I meticulously choose authors and books to read.
  4. I advise you not to just read. And watch the piece with the performance of Twelfth Night and then you will understand how clearly you can learn the articulation of the English language. This is very clearly described here https://graduateway.com/essay-examples/twelfth-night/ read. By the way, there are a lot of essays about Shakpere, you can delve into the topic even by translating essays on the Twelfth Night. I advise.
  5. You should learn to write and read first. After all, many documents or even just a menu to read. Vital.
  6. I used it when I corresponded with Spanish students, very convenient.
  7. To be honest, I'm not very good at writing services, because they do all the work for the student, and then what can he learn? I think this can be justified only if it is really very difficult for students to study a specialty, for example, doctors, sometimes there really is no time to write essays. Here is my brother, a nurse, and he thinks that the only justifiable service of this type is https://nursingpaper.org/writing-service-in-the-uk/ so he helps doctors in their studies. And studying to be a doctor is really very difficult, so here you can forgive them.
  8. Yesterday I watched them, it's interesting, thank you. You will come across tons of grammar lessons, various tips for using English, features, rules, and much more. You can find even more content on the official website. On the resource, in addition to the lessons, you are invited to perform some exercises to consolidate the material. However, access to certain lessons remains for a fee. A large and rather old project that does not lose its relevance even today. All free video lessons in English for beginners are divided into separate blocks: - Grammar - Words - Phrasal verbs - Dialogues -
  9. Yes, very similar to research in the second year of sociology, somewhere at Harvard . I'm not entirely sure if there is someone on this forum who can solve your problem. Here people learn languages. You can read free, narrowly focused essays on the topic of social science https://assignmentbro.com/us/sociology-assignment-help here there are free examples. Once I looked for history materials there. There are many headings and categories. Maybe this will help you.
  10. And I know five languages, but I cannot say exactly at what level they are all. I can take the test. But it will be a problem if they are not B1
  11. I know there is a good European Migrant Training Center https://www.ilctr.org/programs/ and there are programs for learning English. In my experience, they are really inexpensive. I think there is no problem finding temporary work to apply for courses. + now there are many YouTube lessons and free wi-fi.
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