I was wondering if i could write in a different language. I would like a lot to begin to write on this website, but i guess my english is not enough appropriate to write correctly.
English only on Hubpages. However, you could start your own blog and write in your preferred language.
If you really want to write at HP but your grammar and such is holding you back, perhaps you could find a friend who could read and correct your hubs before you publish them.
You can only publish English articles here. I would suggest writing your post in word first and then asking someone to proof it for errors. Many non native speakers of English are members of this site. As for help when you need it.
HubPages is English only.
HubPages is an English only site. Sorry, dem's da rules.
It depends on what language you speak or wants to write in if you will have the audience here as if you write in English. As i have never came across any other Languages here i don't know if it have though.
You should write in English it will give you more practice to speak and become more fluent while you read and learn other words from others but that's my view.
You can only publish things in English on this site. You may write something in a different language if it is for educational purposes and if you include the English translation of the text.
If you are having trouble with English you can ask people for help...
I want to thank all of you, this question led me to consider that this could be an interesting motivation to improve my english.
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