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17 Dec 2016

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Listening to a recording or watching a video is not an adequate substitute for meaningful communication with native speakers.
We can watch movies any time.
We can practice our reading any time and check the words from a text in the dictionary.
But we only have a small opportunity to listen to natives at the library.
By asking them questions and getting answers we learn most of our language skills.
This is the way we learned our native language as a child.

Please, could you check this and let me know if it is grammatically correct?

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