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    Default My english study plan...

    when i join the forum ,i take on oath that do my best to study english.
    i plan to study an fellow:
    1. remember word from dictionary everyday,20 per day.
    2.go over grammar.
    3.read a article every day.
    4.write a composition every week.
    5.often receive english radio to improve my listen.

    final, go to forum to study stills from all of you!~

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    Are you planning to learn 20 new words a day?

    You can browse the glossary. You can take the quizzes in the members area.

    If I get around to it I'll add some stuff to the thread about irregular verbs. (The one about contractions is almost finished.) In the meantime, feel free to make suggestions.

    (Say: "I took an oath")

    :)

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    It's quite a strong thing to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    It's quite a strong thing to do.
    Take an oath?

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    An oath to study- normally a promise is enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Are you planning to learn 20 new words a day?

    You can browse the glossary. You can take the quizzes in the members area.

    If I get around to it I'll add some stuff to the thread about irregular verbs. (The one about contractions is almost finished.) In the meantime, feel free to make suggestions.

    (Say: "I took an oath")

    :)
    i
    when i borwse this site,lots of word make me confused,so i think it is the base of english for Chinaese.
    what's the meaning of sentence "The one about contractions is almost finished"?" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolrains
    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Are you planning to learn 20 new words a day?

    You can browse the glossary. You can take the quizzes in the members area.

    If I get around to it I'll add some stuff to the thread about irregular verbs. (The one about contractions is almost finished.) In the meantime, feel free to make suggestions.

    (Say: "I took an oath")

    :)
    i
    when i borwse this site,lots of word make me confused,so i think it is the base of english for Chinaese.
    what's the meaning of sentence "The one about contractions is almost finished"?" ?
    Please tell me about anything that confuses you. I'll do my best to help.

    Contractions
    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2832

    I've pretty much covered all the most commonly used contractions, but here's another: this'll. Example:
    • This'll be an interesting political year.


    That one is not really all that common, but it is an example of how the 'll can be used.

    :)

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    To learn english is not so difficult!You must sit and learn!And of course to be stubborn!

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    Default Re: My english study plan...

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    An oath to study- normally a promise is enough.
    Come on Tdol!!!!!!!
    He wants to learn
    Ok ......well ,you're right
    A promise is enough

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    Default Re: My english study plan...

    Quote Originally Posted by coolrains View Post
    when i join the forum ,i take on oath that do my best to study english.
    i plan to study an fellow:
    1. remember word from dictionary everyday,20 per day.
    2.go over grammar.
    3.read a article every day.
    4.write a composition every week.
    5.often receive english radio to improve my listen.

    final, go to forum to study stills from all of you!~
    Hi coolrains
    If you want to keep your promise you have to join us in "let's learn"
    It's a game to learn new words
    Regards

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