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28 posts, 21:50 yesterday
So if one is a UK person who has lived in Germany for more than 15 years and has dual citizenship, one shall be able to vote for parliaments in Berlin and London, both? .. I noticed that ms…
3 posts, 19:57 yesterday
Good evening everyone and Moin Moin, I am looking for a native English speaker for a language tandem. I can offer my English in exchange :). Let's zoom or also go for a walk or play table tennis…
222 posts, 18:27 yesterday
I'm supposed to be showing a potential new member around our club facilities tomorrow. There is a risk that whole thing gets rained off. Weekend doesn't look so good either.
2 posts, 26 April
American English Speakers Needed for Paid Voice Recording: 40€ for less than 20 minutes of work! We are collecting a large number of speech samples that will be used to improve speech recognition…
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