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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Discussions always better tham aguments because anagumeant is to find out who is right anda disussion is to find what is Right
A: Discussions are always better than arguments. You argue to prove who is right; you have a discussion to uncover what is right.

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Q: Discussions with foreigners are fun because fresh opinions are often expressed. There is no vague or suggestive or conventional opinion, which stimulates my feelings. does this sound natural?
A: The Grammer is good, only one mistake I can see is opinions* . Your word usage however is a bit odd I can't tell what the you mean by "stimulates my feelings". What are you trying to say here? I'll see if I can help.

Also one last note "suggestive" isn't the best word here, when an idea, a person or an action is "suggestive" but you don't say what it is suggestive of*. Then it sounds a bit creepy and sexual. For instance;

"The man was making suggestive gestures"
implies the man was making inappropriate sexual gestures.
Q: Discussions on youth arrived. I was reading in Kenya.
Once I lent it to my Kenyan friend, he loved it so much, even didn't give me back...hahaha.
So I ordered amazon. It's nice to studying English while studying philosophy. does this sound natural?
A: "Discussions on youth arrived" doesn't make any sense. Were you trying to say "We were discussing youth"? To arrive is to enter a place.

The sentence "I was reading in Kenya" is good, however it doesn't relate to the previous sentence.

"Once I lent it to my Kenyan friend"- lent what? You can only use 'it' in English when you've previously stated an object (were you referring to the book you were reading?).

", he loved it so much, even didn't give me back... hahaha" should be ", and he loved it so much that he didn't even give it back to me... hahaha."

"So I ordered amazon" should be "so I ordered another one off of Amazon."

The final sentence should be "It's nice to study English while studying philosophy", although this sentence has no relation to the previous ones and feels out of place.

In the end, I struggle to understand what the narrative to this is.

EDIT: It occurred to me that possibly 'Discussions of youth' is a book title, in which case it should be written as "The book I ordered, 'Discussion of Youth' arrived. I was reading it in Kenya."

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