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    Question spoken english

    Hi
    Very sad to say that I am not much fluent in English and not concerned how it is different from written language. Can you correct me?
    Eg: some one wants to go hospital. He asks permission to his boss and informs he will be late as…
    Sir, good morning, I feel not so well and have to consult a doctor. So today I will be some late today. Any objection?
    In this conversation, any impolite usage or clumsy parts are there?
    Again any grammatical mistakes in my question itself?


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    Unhappy Re: spoken english

    Sorry. I am afraid that ‘ask teacher’ discusses only grammatical points. Where can I share my feelings about spoken English? May be in e.s.l resources. Pls clear my doubt


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    Unhappy Re: spoken english

    no answer for my question. is it very silly? nobody can help me

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