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Nice

Wow, great advices! I really apply these tips not only in a test, but speaking English too… Thanks so much!

(I’m 11)

Your voice is legendary. Stay shiny bro

Im 15 and i watch this to make my self feel smart…

Great video keep going

If you like Beethoven then you need to check this out:

Pure fluff from Washington Post.

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At the end, ‘she say’s ‘creating an authentic persona that people will pay attention to.’ O. K. you mean like JUST BE YOURSELF.

There is a strong wish to nuchitsya also to know English!

A friend told me that she watched another version of this video which is longer and has a happy ending. Is that true? I cannot find any video like that.

Great video. I see what you mean but for alot of these examples, it’s not exactly intertextuality. It’s a kind of allusive transtextuality but in order for it to be intertextuality, it needs to be just that: allusive. Some of these examples are remakes or cinematic adaptations and I don’t think those count as intertextuality. When I think of intetextuality, I think of subtle reference; something that isn’t even noticeable at its surface so I don’t think something like the film adaptation of Watchmen could be labeled as a product of intertextuality.

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Frodo is not human

Why does the camera move with your hands? lol forget about the haters tho you are awesome! the best! literally a life saver. keep it up!

Im multilingual… and i really dont know how and when i became one, but i did… (serbian, english, german, russian, korean and japanese although im not 100% perfect in japanese)

You should start cod black ops 3

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