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Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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How many people are in your family? Tell us about your family here!

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Sunday at 3:32 pm
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Hello Pedro,


Thank you for your post!๐Ÿ˜„


Those are some great questions to start a conversation with someone.


Keep up the great work!


Sincerely,

Eva

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Pedro
Saturday at 9:07 am
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How many brother do you have ?

How many people are there in your family ?

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Saturday at 11:18 am
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Hello Julie,


Thank you for your question and I hope you are enjoying our lessons.


If you are asking somebody to come to your house, you would say "You are welcome to come to my house" or "I would like to invite you to my house."


When they arrive at your house/home you can say "Welcome to my house/ home."


I hope this is helpful to you.


Cheers,


Eva

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JULIE.
Tuesday at 6:06 pm
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Hi. I can say .. Welcome to my house and You should come to my home ? Right or wrong ?

Thanks.


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Monday at 7:56 pm
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Hi Jin,


Your understanding is correct! And yes, we all have our temptations... that last slice of pizza, that last beer, that guitar you've wanted all year... well, maybe the guitar is just me. :)


Keep studying!

Adam


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Jin
Friday at 5:05 pm
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Hi Adam,


Oh, I see that, "to struggle with something"="to have some troubles to do something", then, "cookie jar"="temptation" (in that sentence) and "staying out of "="being away from". Right? :smile:


Of course anyone, as a adult, including me, met many temptations in the life. So people has to struggle with them otherwise that one would really have some troubles with him. :sunglasses:


Thanks a lot. I like your answer.


Jin

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Friday at 3:26 pm
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Hi Jin,


What it means is: "are you struggling with temptation?"

Or, do you have a very strong temptation?


Great question!

Adam


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Jin
Tuesday at 10:58 pm
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Hi Sir or Ms.,


I didn't understand that meaning of this sentence " Are you having some trouble staying out of cookie jar?".

I am looking forward to getting your help.


Thanks a lot!


Jin