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    Default I gennerly speak wrong english

    I wish to know about good speaking skills
    Thanks

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    Try listening to Voice of America.

    Go to: www.voa.gov

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    Go here for sites looking at listening:
    http://www.usingenglish.com/links/Listening/

    Speaking is hard over the net as you need a teacher- you'd have to enrol with an online school.

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    Default Re: I gennerly speak wrong english

    Quote Originally Posted by arkay145
    I wish to know about good speaking skills
    Thanks
    Hi! I'm a non-native speaker of English from Barcelona.
    I also find it hard to speak what we can call "Good English". But the best way is, I think, get enrolled in an Academy Language and practise with native speakers of English or save some money during the year and travel to England / The states.

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