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UnknownBR left a comment for Yumi
"hello, Yumi. i make your name decorated."
Apr 16
Yumi is now friends with Tam and UnknownBR
Apr 15
dara gino left a comment for Yumi
"Kunichiwa YumI, welcome to My EC, I hope to be one of your friends. Thanks."
Apr 14
Mr. Bob left a comment for Yumi
"Hello Yumi! Welcome to our international group of people who want to write and chat in English. I would like to see you write a blog about studying songs and lyrics for fun and increasing vocabulary.  It would be a great place to try to use all…"
Apr 13
Yumi is now a member of MyEnglishClub
Apr 13

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Status
Learner of English
English level
Intermediate
Other languages spoken
Japanese, Spanish
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No
Favourite book, movie, song/band etc [in English!]
fast&furious/ mission in possible/ Tom Cruise/ Pitbull/ Taylor Swift/ Austin Mahone/ ONE OK ROCK/
My Favourite Saying(s) [in English!]
one stone kills two birds

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At 16:54 on April 16, 2018, UnknownBR said…

hello, Yumi.
i make your name decorated.

At 5:06 on April 14, 2018, dara gino said…

Kunichiwa YumI, welcome to My EC, I hope to be one of your friends. Thanks.

At 23:58 on April 13, 2018, Mr. Bob said…

Hello Yumi!

Welcome to our international group of people who want to write and chat in English. I would like to see you write a blog about studying songs and lyrics for fun and increasing vocabulary. 

It would be a great place to try to use all of the adverbs of frequency that you know. You could say I often....., but I never....  I usually find lyrics by searching...

Pairing songs and lyrics seems simple to you, but many learners don't know how to do this. It's been years since I wrote about how to do this and you can help them learn. I recommend that you consider the audience and try to keep your blog at an elementary level of English. That will make it accessible to most members and is good practice if you ever become a teacher.

 
 
 

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