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    memo86 is offline Newbie
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    Default what i need exactely

    hi ,

    iam new on this fourm & i hope i will get the adequant benefit from it ( as much as i nedd)

    but i have a questions , all the time they r on my mind
    how much i need to learn & for how long ????
    in other words ( there is a hope????)

    i got 5.5 in IELTS exam & iam looking forword 7

    i start read & listen
    but there is no speaking ( as iam a housewife ) right now , seeking for job , but offcourse after i will get 7 or at least 6.5 in IELTS

    please advice me how i can improve my self in agood & right way ?????? how much & for how long??????

    regards

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    birdeen's call is offline VIP Member
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    Default Re: what i need exactely

    First of all, you need to follow the rules of English capitalization an punctuation. Every sentence in English starts with a capital letter. Also the word "I" is always capitalized. It is enough to use one question mark after a question. It's incorrect to use six. Every sentence must end with a punctuation mark, most commonly one of the following: . ? !

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    Hedwig is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: what i need exactely

    And the answer to your questions is: as much as you can, and for as long as you can. I began learning English as a second language 47 years ago, and I'm still at it. There's always something new to learn, some doubt to clear up.

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