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Saturday, March 16, 2019


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Naturally we used native words from strong culture of us and they are common now too as people understand .

Sir, I have a question, when comes to topic like food or celebration people usually pick up popular food or event.Is it good idea to speak a topic which is not familiar among many people but common for small community? how many words or frequency of another language, we can tell to the examiner ?

Sir, further thought , when talk about small community, can they lose mark in order to difficult the examiner to understand?

Got it, thank you very much sir.

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