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    TEACHER: I WANT TO SPEAK ENGLISH FLUENTLY AND CORRECTLY BUT I DONT NO ANYTHING ABOUT ENGLISH ESPECIALY GRAMMER SOMTHING LIKE THAT SO TEACHER PLEAS HELP ME ....

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    Default Re: PLEAS ATTENTION

    Turn off your CAPS LOCK!
    Thank you.

    I have tried to fix your post.
    Maybe this is a begin for you...
    Quote Originally Posted by suhailk fixed by Nightmare
    Teachers: I want to speak English fluently and correctly, but I don't know anything about English, especially grammar or something like that (senseless anyway - I'm talking about the "or something like that"). So, teachers, please help me!
    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by suhailk View Post
    TEACHER: I WANT TO SPEAK ENGLISH FLUENTLY AND CORRECTLY BUT I DONT NO ANYTHING ABOUT ENGLISH ESPECIALY GRAMMER SOMTHING LIKE THAT SO TEACHER PLEAS HELP ME ....
    (Not a teacher)

    From this utterance, your grammar is better than your writing.

    If you don't know anything about English, then focus on learning the basics, working through more advanced things as you get better. Learning a language as an adult/young person is just like learning any other skill. Find a teacher/class, and practice - reading, writing, speaking, listening. Practice, practice, practice.

    In this forum, teachers, native speakers, and other English language speakers can help you with specific problems/question that arise as you learn.

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