It's possible, but there could be other more innocent explanations. Firstly, some central and east European speakers are difficult to British ears and secondly in a small town, they may well have had less exposure to foreign accents and are, therefore, less used to listening- in London, you hear so many accents that people are usually more used to listening to different pronunciations. Do you move your hands much when talking? Animated body language can often help.Originally Posted by Vibovit
it's not a big problem when you make mistakes in grammar , pronunciation , reading , writing , and even speaking English
it's normal to do this kind of mistakes because you are not English
don't worry about it , you need more English practise
that's it i think
i hope the best for you
Last edited by Claire Redfield; 01-May-2006 at 19:02.