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TOPIC : communicating in English

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Guest SmiChou
i know who 's

but i m very misterious girl

i have already send my picture but they 're so stupid

 

 

to whom ? where's it ?! :crazy:

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Guest SmiChou
let's go for speaking english!

 

 

but i have seen that you want to dance!:D , isn't it ? too : reassure me that you are aguellid

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hello! i didn't speak english for 5 years....:o and i hope this topic will refresh my memory:o

i know, i know ....i'm so bad ...:lol:

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hello! i didn't speak english for 5 years....:o and i hope this topic will refresh my memory:o

i know, i know ....i'm so bad ...:lol:

 

be sure that it will do !! :)

and i think that you aren"t bad but modest

 

tell me what does your nickname mean: britney? is it an english name ,

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be sure that it will do !! :)

and i think that you aren"t bad but modest

 

tell me what does your nickname mean: britney? is it an english name ,

 

:eek: noooo...it is an arabic first name ...it is cited in the coran...

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:eek: noooo...it is an arabic first name ...it is cited in the coran...

 

whaat ????????????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

explain dear, else you wrote it wrong

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whaat ????????????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

explain dear, else you wrote it wrong

 

excuse me but i didn't understand ... what did i write wrong? the first name ?

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excuse me but i didn't understand ... what did i write wrong? the first name ?

 

noooo i told you the nick name (lynne) and you understood an other thing:D

 

so you're hadjer or sarah or meriem ...... tell me :rolleyes:

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noooo i told you the nick name (lynne) and you understood an other thing:D

 

so you're hadjer or sarah or meriem ...... tell me :rolleyes:

 

ahh! that was you who was confused:lol: "lynne" is also cited in coran:)

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ahh! that was you who was confused:lol: "lynne" is also cited in coran:)

 

 

re whatttttttttttt ?!! :D

tell me where is it cited ? and re-write it in arabic

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re whatttttttttttt ?!! :D

tell me where is it cited ? and re-write it in arabic

 

i dont know where exactly but i know that it means " palm tree". but people use it as "lina" but the real one is "lyne or lynne"

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i dont know where exactly but i know that it means " palm tree". but people use it as "lina" but the real one is "lyne or lynne"

 

but how is it wrote in the coran ?!!!

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but how is it wrote in the coran ?!!!

 

ok wait a few minutes ... i will see...

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ok wait a few minutes ... i will see...

 

 

ok , you are so cute , thanks for taking care of me

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hello cute members :)

it began just as an idea between me and selfish to create that space to improve/practise our english while we are having fun,at the same time we exchange advices and help; so i hope you'll do very well ;)

 

i'm waiting for your reflex/reaction

 

 

ps : only english so no pollution :exclaim:

 

That's a franglais topic, there's no english at all :04:

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ok , you are so cute , thanks for taking care of me

 

hi again..

i'm not excellent in coran:o ..but my mom said to me that the real one is " linatoune" (with ta marbouta) and lyne is derived from it...:p:o

 

...you're welcome!:)

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That's a franglais topic, there's no english at all :04:

 

i also think of it:D

iam below the average i know:p

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hi again..

i'm not excellent in coran:o ..but my mom said to me that the real one is " linatoune" (with ta marbouta) and lyne is derived from it...:p:o

 

...you're welcome!:)

 

I know that lina is an Arabic name but I don't think that it is cited in coran. Any way I’ll ask my father about it.

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That's a franglais topic, there's no english at all :04:

 

Please help us to make it a real english topic.

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I know that lina is an Arabic name but I don't think that it is cited in coran. Any way I’ll ask my father about it.

 

May I ask you a question ?

Please, let me know, where're you from in Algeria ?

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May I ask you a question ?

Please, let me know, where're you from in Algeria ?

 

don't forget that she is a selfich girl :rolleyes:

 

about the topic ! cool we invented a new language franglish

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thanks a lot my dear ,

I hope I coulde learn with you here cause My english is so bad :confused:

 

I'm confident in it, you'll gain experience for sure here;).

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And yet, the young in Algiers appear far more socially liberal than their peers in places like Egypt and Jordan. Young veiled women walk hand in hand, or sit leg to leg, with young men. In most Muslim countries, such public flirtations are unthinkable.

The two natures of the country reflect the way in which Algerian identity was cleaved in half by 132 years of French colonial rule, and then again by independence and forced Arabization.

 

From The New York Times, saturday, june 28,2008

 

is it the text of the exam of today ?!!

if yeah , where are the questions !! :D

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And yet, the young in Algiers appear far more socially liberal than their peers in places like Egypt and Jordan. Young veiled women walk hand in hand, or sit leg to leg, with young men. In most Muslim countries, such public flirtations are unthinkable.

The two natures of the country reflect the way in which Algerian identity was cleaved in half by 132 years of French colonial rule, and then again by independence and forced Arabization.

 

From The New York Times, saturday, june 28,2008

 

look at my brother haroun !

they are just giving incorrect picture about algeria to the world, coz we're not like this.it's true, these things happens often but not in the public places and not the majority of the young do it like they are saying.

finally, thanks for the item coz you gave us the best model of items to post here;)

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It is proven that the celebration of birthdays is healthy. Statistics show that those people who celebrate the most birthdays become the oldest.:crazy:

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