Reasons to Study English

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Reasons to Study English

Postby maoman » 23 Jan 2002, 08:40

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Reasons to Study English

Postby Frizz » 23 Jan 2002, 15:00


Well, maybe it's just my computer, but wow how slow!!! I'll try another day to get it to work, I had about 30% of it, started to look good, but then I gave up, just too slow to download.

Reasons to Study English

Postby Ima Goin' » 23 Jan 2002, 15:24

[img]images/smiles/icon_eek.gif[/img] That was hysterical Maoman! Where'd you find that?
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