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    I hope all u guyz can give a comments at my blogger as i really need a guidances in order to improve my english..TQ .. pls go to http://zorro-newbie.blogspot.com/

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    Always use a capital letter for English and I would recommend going easy on the use of ellipsis (...).

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    Hi, me either, i found that my english dosen' t improve, so who has a good idea for improving and understanding it as quick as we could ?

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    There's no simple answer to that question. Firstly, what are you doing to improve your English?

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    hi, I learn it sometimes on net my-self when i 'm free but i found the difficulty when i meet some of misunderstanding words and phrases ,as i 'd likt to improve and understand it better.

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    When you have things you don't understand, bring them here for people to look at. If you look around, you'll see that many of the threads are started by people bringing sentences they have come across in texts that they have problems understanding.

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    Ok ! thanks u very much, I will do ,,,,,,,,.

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    You're welcome.

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    #9

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    Thanks u very much to the team, but i'm one year older,


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    #10

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    Hi Zorro

    I checked your blog- and, considering English is not your native language, I think you are certainly on the right lines here

    I think you would benefit from asking specific questions when you're unsure, as this will help more than asking advice on large chunks of writing

    I would recommend you read around and see how others have formulated their sentences and paragraphs

    I would suggest that when making an alternative point (i.e. but/however), that you start a new paragraph- as this is 'traditional' within English texts, and is widely accepted as a 'norm'

    I think you have potential, and don't sell yourself short

    Keep up the good work!

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