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  1. eric2004
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    Sir,I'm back.

    555, I was very unlucky. I did terribly in my oral test.
    For the first time, I hate a foreigner so much because that examiner
    was very unqualified. He spoke very fast and meanwhile with a kind of accent,unlike the saying i heard in cassette.

    So Sir, pls tell me some best voice chatrooms in USA, ok?

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    I am sorry you didn't do so well on your oral exam. I will try to get you some help. (I don't know much about chatrooms.) In the meantime, would you try my riddle? (Nobody wants to play with me. :( )

    Please try it and tell me what you think. (It is a game. There are no grades given out. It is a way for learners to practice their English skills.)

    Rhyming Riddles (Fiddle-de-fiddle; try a riddle.)
    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2248

    :)

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    Faint, Sorry, Sir, I couldn't understand that kinf of riddles. They're very different from Chinese riddles.
    Maybe they're easy for you guys, but for us, second language learners, they're hard.
    I even don't know english rhyme.

    Btw, are there other guys who know voice chatroom?

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    You can try looking here, but I've never used them:

    http://directory.google.com/Top/Comp...et/Chat/Voice/

    Also, look at the following sites for safety guidelines:

    http://www.chatmag.com/help/safety.html

    http://www.justchat.co.uk/chat/safety.htm
    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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    Thanks, Red!

    :D

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    This probably won't help with your pronunciation, but it should be useful for writing compositions (essays). Go to: http://iws.ccccd.edu/cobb/sentences.html

    :D

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    Taking Control of English - Tips on how you can speak and communicate better in English including a whole section on listenting on the internet.
    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red5
    Taking Control of English - Tips on how you can speak and communicate better in English including a whole section on listenting on the internet.
    Wow, that should do it! :D

    How long as that been on our site

    Thanks, Red


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    Oh, a good long while - CitySpeak wrote it.
    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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    Eric will, I hope, find that quite useful.

    Eric is an eager learner. He is enthusiastic and, I think, a quick study. I am looking forward to working with him more.

    He asks interesting questions.

    :D

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