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to exercise


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exerciseLast post 07 Feb 11, 17:31
Hello, It would be nice if you could help me with the correction of the sentences. Gruß Ja…4 Replies
Paraphrasing Exercise Last post 16 Jan 16, 21:28
Hello guys,I'm practising to paraphrase sentences by my own words. Could you please correct …4 Replies
Exercise threadLast post 06 Feb 11, 17:36
I have an idea for a language exercise thread ... hope the explanation's not too complicated…162 Replies
to take exercise - sich Bewegung machenLast post 09 Mar 07, 18:18
sich (im Freien) bewegen Freiübungen machen1 Replies
exercise science - BewegungswissenschaftLast post 22 Apr 10, 01:31…0 Replies
sports and exercise science - SportwissenschaftLast post 16 Jun 06, 08:34 …1 Replies
exercise - beschäftigenLast post 17 Nov 07, 16:43
Yet after my death, it may please the world to learn the truth of the matter that exercised …1 Replies
Grammar Tenses// Text exerciseLast post 05 Feb 15, 22:48
Hello dear people, could you please have a look if I put the right tens in the blank? I rea…3 Replies
Translation exercise: Sophies BesuchLast post 20 Sep 15, 22:45
Below is a German text based on English a friend gave me to translate. Please take a look an…34 Replies
Sport & Exercise SciensesLast post 31 Aug 05, 19:38 Ich bin sehr im Managment Berie…5 Replies
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