Ask a question/post a discussion.
I’m grouping these two sections together because they’re very similar.
If you have a quick question you want answered, like the right verb to use when talking about meeting someone, you could post that in Answers.
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Press “Ask a question” and then fill out the form.
If you have a longer topic that requires depth, like learning phrases for complimenting an Italian, you could choose to post a discussion.
You can browse past discussions.
Or post your own by filling out the form.
What to do now
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