2:47 PM, Sunday May 1st 2022

Sorry if my english is'nt good (I'm italian).

Hi everybody. I write this post for greetings the comunity, and for understand better how drawabox works. I'm learning the lessons (now I am at first homework of linees), but english to...

If you note language's errors, please, tell me it. Thanks...

Good day!

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7:04 AM, Monday May 2nd 2022


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4:29 PM, Tuesday May 3rd 2022

Oh, hello!

Welcome to the Drawabox website.

I am also a non-native English speaking member.

This translator may be too useful for you if you have trouble reading the lessons:

It is more accurate than google, I confirm it.

Above all, I hope you have good luck with the lessons!

12:49 PM, Thursday May 5th 2022

Thanks for the tip, Chayota.

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