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  1. Hello everybody, Many people I know, and, unfortunately, I have to add myself to that list, use words which in my native Russian are called "parasites". Those are the words you use far too often. Probably the best English equivalent would be a "filler". I'm pretty sure you've heard people speak in this way: "Like, I don't know. He is, like, oh my God, it's great. But I'm not sure. Is it, like, really that good for him?" Do you have the same problem, in your native or second language? Do you try to fight it? If you do, how do you go about it? I know I tend to abuse "Well, ...", "cute" and "real
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