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No idea why exist as a frantic liberal   Sand Grain's Editorial

Started 15/6/17 by Sand_Grain; 5981 views.
Tittah

From: Tittah

30-Jun

Sand_Grain said:

A lot of the people helping me out where part of a book club, where we recited poetry, read books (including holy books) and analyzed and endlessly criticizing the authors to its core. We trashed Islam none stop. A couple of Victoria College graduates; hard-core ex-Muslims made it extremely apparent. Members were all from diverse multi-culture backgrounds, no one was actually English -but we all conversed in English to understand each other and the target was to study books regular schools usually banned. That group was more than just an education; they were poets and thinkers of my time.

Interesting part for the ENGLISH language!

Same in Scandinavia, when we don't understand each other because of the huge gravity between Norway, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Iceland's accents we have the option to speak in English!  

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Sand_Grain

From: Sand_Grain

30-Jun

Yes of course English is notably global!  

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