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Do you use Twitter? (You can read about it in several languages on Wikipedia.)

If you are a Twitter user, you can follow Readable. I’ll write about what I’m doing sometimes. I’ll try to use easy English, so beginners can read it too. You can send short, simple questions to me there. If the question is easy to answer, I’ll answer on Twitter as soon as I can. If the question is hard, I’ll try to answer it later here.

I don’t use Twitter on my cell phone, so I probably won’t answer right away. It might take some time for me to answer.

(I can’t do anybody’s homework or be anybody’s conversation partner, but I hope I can answer some of your questions about English grammar, American culture, etc. )

You can look for interesting and popular Twitter users to follow at Alltop and Twitterholic.

P. S. I’m sorry I haven’t written much lately. If you are an English learner who likes this blog, please comment sometimes or ask a question. That makes me want to write more.

I’m going to try to start posting twice per week, probably Tuesdays and Fridays. If that works, I’ll try to start posting 3 times per week. Remember, if you have something you want me to write about, you can leave a comment here. (You don’t have to use Twitter.)

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4 comments to Twitter

  • Dmitry


    Unfortunately I wasn’t able to send a message via Twitter so I put my question here. It’s about metro (subway).

    What is a thing that connects two next metro station called? I’ve searched it in many dictionaries, Google etc. I found “tunnel”, “section”, “span” and yet another dozen of words. I couldn’t figure out which one is correct.

    And what is a station where you can change metro line called? “Change”, “interchange”, “transfer”, “hub”?

    Thank you!

  • Hi, Dmitry! I wrote a new post that I hope answers your question. It was actually a little hard to answer…

  • Dmitry

    Thank you, Clarissa! Your post was really helpful to me

  • Hi Clarissa and all other Language Learning & Teaching fans!
    Check out this huge World CALL Directory and Virtual Encyclopedia of language learning and teaching links:

    Especially for Extensive Reading fans as well as those Intensive ones, see its R-Reading page at
    Much to be learned and shared here!

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