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    Hangouts on Google+ (Видеочаты на Google+)

    I'm going to announce a new way to do language exchange and meet new people using your live webcam - Google+ Hangouts




    To get started, please add MasterRussian to your circles on Google+

    Here's the link https://plus.google.com/117487505064606047553

    When we get more people on Google+ we can start hangouts (multi-user chats using your live webcam) between Russians and native English speakers. That should be very cool!

    We have a few English speakers already but we need more Russian speakers for video chats.


    Требуется как можно больше носителей русского языка!

    Языковой обмен с англоговорящими!

    Присоединяйтесь к нашей страничке на Google+


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    This should probably say 'Helping you master Russian' not 'to master'.

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    to help (to do smth) is valid and grammatically correct.
    Of course, it's possible to say the same without "to". Both ways are correct.

    Or did you mean some kind of pun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterAdmin View Post
    to help (to do smth) is valid and grammatically correct.
    Of course, it's possible to say the same without "to". Both ways are correct.

    Or did you mean some kind of pun?

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    Perhaps it's just a difference between American and British English. As an American, I wouldn't say including 'to' is wrong, but I've never heard anyone speak in that manner.

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