I'm a new member. Nice to meet you. I'm from Vietnam. My mother language is Vietnamese. I use English as the second language. i'm trying to improve my English. I need yor help for it. Please correct my grammar mistakes as soon as you find. Thank you so much.
Don't forget to correct my mistakes as you find any.
I often listen to the BBC in order to improve it....Well, perhaps the BBC could stand some improvement, but probably writing a letter to them would do more than listening to them.
Actually, there are many good ways of learning English but it depends on ability of everyone. The way I used just helps me improve my grammar. I want to have a new method which can help me listen and speak English better. Do you think that watching TV or listening to music is one of ways which can improve it? I always find out every opportunity to communicate with foreigners or native speakers.
Please correct my mistakes if you find any. Thank you so much
RonBee is being facetious. Your sentence construction was a little ambiguous. It could be interpreted that by listening to the BBC you would improve the BBC. I know (as does Ron ) that you were referring to improving your English skills
I often listen to the BBC in order to improve it....The "it" in that sentence would have to refer to the BBC. I was facetiously pointing out that listening to them would probably have no effect on their broadcasts--that if you wish to improve their programming you should write them a letter.
Unfortunately, one has to guess what "it" is supposed to refer to there. Perhaps:
There are many good ways of learning English. Each person has to learn in the way that is best for him.If a combination of clauses (complex sentence) lacks clarity, it is often a good idea to divide that sentence into two sentences.
The ways I use help me improve my grammar. I want to find a new method which can help me understand and speak English better. Do you think that watching TV or listening to music are good ways for me to improve my English? I take every opportunity to communicate with speakers of English.The methods you are using do seem to be working quite well.