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Looking for a British boyfriend to improve my spoken English watch

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    My English is not good, the best and fastest method I can think is looking for a British boyfriend to practice my English.
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    Why a boyfriend and not just a friend? Do you live in the UK now? Or maybe trying to live here? :holmes:
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    You don't need a boyfriend to learn English
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    Hi there
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    I'm up for some English Dic-tionary and chill
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    do you need help with your written English or is it mainly oral ?
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    ...require passport too?
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    It's a bit of a drastic way to improve your English, don't you think? You could just do what most people do and try an online course or something with a conversation group thrown in.
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    do you need help with your written English or is it mainly oral ?
    PRSOM - godamit.
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    My god. :rolleyes:
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    In all honesty, looking specifically for a boyfriend isn't the best of ways to learn English. Instead of viewing him as a boyfriend, you'll view him more as a teacher
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    Some of these replies are pure gold
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    learning English is quite a challenge, but with the right person you can lick it.
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    So you want to pay for the lessons with...???
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    I see where you're coming from, but it might get really hard, so be prepared.
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    Do tell; do you want a British boy to help you learn English or do you see him as a stepping stone to British residency one day?
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    (Original post by the bear)
    do you need help with your written English or is it mainly oral ?
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    (Original post by markova21)
    Do tell; do you want a British boy to help you learn English or do you see him as a stepping stone to British residency one day?
    Good point. :rofl:
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    I will be your boyfriend

    But I know of women who have been married to White British men for 10+ years, have been living in England all that time and still can't speak English properly.
    Getting in a relationship with one won't improve your English, you need to make the conscious effort to learn it YOURSELF!
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    (Original post by markova21)
    Do tell; do you want a British boy to help you learn English or do you see him as a stepping stone to British residency one day?
    If she's hot and puts out i'll do both
 
 
 
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