Hey there!

aelbakry

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Hey everyone, allow me to introduce my self
I'm abd Elrhman "you can call me Adam"
I'm from Egypt, I'm 25
Why am i joining you?
For three core reasons:
1- to enhance and train and improve my english since i've no one to do it with
2- I wanted to be open-minded and get to know many cultures world wide
3- I'm a geek and tech lover
So, it's nice to be with you here 😄
 

Smart_Guy

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Salam and welcome aboard!

Been there, done that. And it works.

Cheers!

Note: Lexical word "have" cannot be formally abbreviated to "I've". Only supporting "have" can. Even if some do use it in an extremely informal slang way like saying don't instead of doesn't (yes, it happens). Remember, bad English is still English. It's up to you to choose to learn good or bad English.
 

Trotter

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Adam's usage is commonly heard from UK English speakers but never US English speakers. The US way of saying it would be. "To enhance, train, and improve my English since I don't have anyone to do it with." It would sound better to end the phrase with "anyone with which to practice" but we're not going to quibble about it.
 

Smart_Guy

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Well if we look at it from all angles, I think there's a number of syntax and semantic issues. I did decide not to quibble about it too much ;)
 
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