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1. I am going to try an English club.

(What is the meaning of 'try' here? What other expressions can we use? Would you rephrase this sentence?)

  • English -

    It means to go to a few meetings and see if I like it.

    I'm going to check out the English Club.
    I'm going to see what the English Club is like.

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    THe meaning would probably be to give a chance. To give it a try! I am going to go too a english club. Hope I helped!

  • English -

    I hope "britt" means "going to go to an English Club."

    Not sure, but I certainly hope so!

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