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    dear teacher

    hi how r u.i m very glad that now here is someone to tell me and help about english.i m willing to teach english.first of all i nedd sopme tips on teaching as a english languguage teacher.and i also wanna know about some structure and there uses like can't help,can't stand do u have more?
    and i lways confuse in correct prononciation how can i become a great speaker with my own practice coz i don;t have anyone to do practise with myself.

    wating fro ur reply
    urs new student
    sawera

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    There are many ways to teach. I like to study language in great depth and improvise in the classroom. Others like to prepare lessons in great depth.

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    Default Re: structure and prononciation

    May I make a few suggestions?

    dear teacher
    That is good, although it is normal to capitalize the first word of that phrase.

    hi how r u.i m very glad that now here is someone to tell me and help about english.
    • Hi! How are you? I am very glad that there is someone here to help me with my English.


    i m willing to teach english.first of all i nedd sopme tips on teaching as a english languguage teacher.
    • I am willing to teach English. First of all, I need some tips on teaching as an English language teacher.


    and i also wanna know about some structure and there uses like can't help,can't stand do u have more?
    • I also want to know about some structures and their uses, like can't help and can't stand. Do you have more?



    and i lways confuse in correct prononciation how can i become a great speaker with my own practice coz i don;t have anyone to do practise with myself.
    • I always get confused about what the correct pronunciations of words are. How can I become a good speaker of English practicing on my own? I don't have anybody to practice with.


    wating fro ur reply
    urs new student
    sawera
    • Waiting for your reply,
      Your new student,
      Sawera


    :)

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    Ron, you are a marvel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Ron, you are a marvel.
    I am? What did I do?

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    Default thnaks for the reply butttt

    Hello !

    First of all i would like to thanks u pupil that u replied me soon.And thanks for the correction too.But you both and any otherone didn't give me the reply about prononciation and structures.Now I m wating for them.

    sawera

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    You must try to listen to English speakers to hear how they pronounce things, which is very important as we change words dramtically when speaking. Here are some links to sources of spoken English:

    http://www.usingenglish.com/links/Listening/

    Speaking is very hard to practise over the internet- it requires direct contact, while the internet is indirect, mostly.

    HTH

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    Default Re: thnaks for the reply butttt

    Please spell out your words. And let your I's grow up. :)

    Welcome to the forum.

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    That's a nice way of suggesting capitlisation.

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