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EnglishClass101.com
Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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Have you ever done business in an English-speaking country?

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Saturday at 10:31 pm
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Hello Julie,


Thankyou for your post! 😄


Please let us know if you have any questions.


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Eva

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Julie
Thursday at 7:38 pm
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I'm doing well.How are you?

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Saturday at 10:53 am
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Dear Haitham,

"Niceties" is a casual expression, meaning "nice things", in this lesson, the fun stuff.

"to consider keeping someone around" means to consider keeping someone in your life (for whatever reason). It can be used in a joking sense. For example, if someone is a great cook, the other person may say "I'll consider keeping you around!" meaning you want the person to stay around as you enjoy their meals.

Make sense? if you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to ask!

Have a great weekend!

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haitham
Thursday at 5:41 am
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Hello again,

I have question and i hope to help me, the first question is " With the niceties out of the way"

what it dose mean and when i can use it,

the second "he might just consider keeping you around!" could you explain please.

thanks a lot .

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Sami
Wednesday at 2:57 am
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Sir,Have you accent pracicising exercises,if then send me link