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website as Q&A site, not a discussion forum, and for making it work as a proper archive of information. I could be nicer about it My comments were curt (not hostile), but it is easy to read hostility …
answered Jan 31 '18 by Tommi Brander
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Going by the natural language meaning of the words, I would understand "listening comprehension" to apply to questions about how to better understand spoken language. As illustrated in the comments a …
answered Jan 19 by Tommi Brander
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Are questions about the existence of language skill certificates, or ways to get them, etc., on topic for the site? Some prior questions on the main site can be found under the relevant tag: https:// …
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I think a question like "I want to start learning a language but have no idea how to even begin. What are some common approaches to get started?" might be okay. An answer might mention formal face-to …
answered May 12 by Tommi Brander