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    (Original post by Lightless)
    Instead of viewing him as a boyfriend, you'll view him more as a teacher
    Many people would actively seek that...
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    What's your ethnicity?
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    I am currently studying in the UK, getting a permanent residency permit is a good idea for me for traveling and doing financial investment conveninently maybe, but for permanently living in the UK for my whole life is not my goal. (considering the food, climic conditions, and the selection for garments,shoes, cosmetics, etc.)

    Looking for British boyfriend is because I want to know deeper about British people and don't want to waste my 3 years study time here, only for studying my professional major area. I just think it would be better learning a language with a local person, if I learn French or Spanish, I would find a French or Spanish boyfriend.
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    (Original post by UWS)
    Why a boyfriend and not just a friend? Do you live in the UK now? Or maybe trying to live here? :holmes:
    haha, because boyfriend would care about my personal life. Friend is a person who you cannot always bother.
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    (Original post by Eternalflames)
    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!

    Thank your for suggestion! not a bad idea.
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    In fact, I was 90% playing a joke for this discussion, I thought everyone would be humorous about it and knew it was a joke, however you guys answered me so seriously and formally..


    so boring
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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?
    Help with English firstly, but for living in the Britain, I need to consider. for British permanent Resident permit is not a bad idea, I mean just this permit for helping doing some financial business easier for me. but if I really think of it, I would choose USA instead of UK.
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    hi my name is Will
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    (Original post by the bear)
    do you need help with your written English or is it mainly oral ?
    mainly oral, because written English usually I only could improve it by myself.
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      do you need help with your written English or is it mainly oral ?
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