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Hallo, freunde!

(Correct me if I'm wrong, but that's 'Hello, friends!' in German, my TL)

I'm new here, so I know many may have been aware of this website. I thought I might post a link just in case any other newbie like me is looking for another nice, bilingual place where they can learn a thing or two!

http://www.vistawide.com

I highly recommend Vistawide. Very helpful! If this post is long overdue or unhelpful, please remove it, admins. And if you are here, hello!

Hope I could be of help in our language journeys! :D

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