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Why we need to use Real English?

nancyrobert2011nancyrobert2011 KarachiTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
a big online video library having natural dialogues available in the form of Real English for students assess. This is based on people talking belong to English-speaking countries, This is a very simple idea for organization and use with natural speech.
This idea of naturalness in language learning goes way outside today's exhausted slogan of "authentic" video, which is most frequently is limited to use in Hollywood films or news broadcasts. Students see only common people. i.e., the famous interviews, mainly when we put them on the spot with our questions.
Listening knowledge naturally comes for learners, given the attractive quality of the people selected to appear and speak in our clips.
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New SimplyStall Mobile App!

Hi everyone!

I'm very happy to announce PinoyAu Forum's new app called "SimplyStall" . It's a new Gumtree like service for Pinoys in Australia but in a way better!

So if you have any items just collecting dust? Why not convert it to cash?

If you are selling new items or products or wish to give an item away for free then this might be a good avenue for you.

This project is a new initiative to unify and have a common portal for Pinoys in Australia to sell and share stuffs.

It's now available on Google Play and Apple App Store.

Please do try it out. I'd appreciate if you can help me spread the good news and start selling your old or new stuffs.

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