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Pleasure to meet you!

Good morning, afternoon, evening, 

if you think it's useful having a few preliminary notions to behave properly when meeting English speaking people, then read the article.  

Do you have any experience with American or British people?

Have you noticed any differences from us in their behaviour when meeting new people? 

What is the meaning of "Hi ya" in informal English? 

What is the context for using "All right?" by young people? 

Before having a look at Quora, second page, give your own answer to the question: 

"What can a non-native speaker do to achieve native fluency?"

We are very interested in each one's answer. 

Think of the reverse side of the phenomenon, how non-native speakers of Italian become fluent. 

See you in class, enjoy your English 

Anna - Coordinator 

Source: Speak Up February 2015 

 

No problem Smart Watch Prices, continue visiting  our blog.  All the times something nice is written in English, thet's the topic.

Unfortunately I am not the designer of the blog, I mean the technical planning. I'll try to find it out! Thank you, Anna 

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Hi there would you mind stating which blog platform
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P.S Apologies for getting off-topic but I had to ask!
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+1 #1 Fabio Barsotti 2015-03-11 17:57
Do you have any experience with American or British people?
Yes, I do. I went to England twice in the past. Either the first or the second time I had a good fun, I saw a lot of wonderful places, I had many pleasant experiences, but I didn’t introduce myself and chat with native people.
Have you noticed any differences in their behaviour when meeting new people?
No, I didn’t. Sorry.
What is the meaning of "Hi ya" in informal English?
It means: “Hello, nice to see you again”.
What is the context for using "All right?" by young people?
It’s the form for the first-time meeting and for subsequent meetings too.
Before having a look at Quora, second page, give your own answer to the question: "What can a non-native speaker do to achieve native fluency?"
The only way to achieve native fluency in speaking a foreign language is to become “native”, and probably it isn’t enoungh.
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