Good job, Dominic. Even if pronouncing a word ‘eighteen’ is not easy, we have to watch what we say.
This is one of the reason that is hard for me speak korean correctly, because most of the time I mispronunciates a world, and have to write it down to explain myself. They’re quites a lost of words that sounds exactly the same for me for example: ne and nae, saram and sarang, gae and ge, etc
Yep there are a lot of these. Look out for part 2 soon.
PS. You were right about your package. I got an email saying it couldn’t be delivered to the DR so I will send you a free copy of our ebook and when our next ebook comes out in January, you will get a free copy of that as well ^^
Can I get a copy, too?
Oh, and I was at the ponit to contact you again to tell yu that I still haven’t receive the t-shirt :/, is ok, thanks for the book anyway 😀
I’ll also send to yo an email to ask you something
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