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    Thumbs down My marks are poor and too bad.

    Well, I'm desperate. I get 15 marks of 25. It's too bad for an intelligent girl like me< Obviously. My problem is the listening in fact. It's too hard especially from a native speakers it's crazy. They have eaten words strangely.
    What do you think to pass another courses if I'm poor in the listening, reading and I'm afraid of the teachers?
    But I don't deny, my grammar is much better than first time that I came to them.
    cheers.
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    Default Re: My marks are poor and too bad.

    Cheer up, it´s not the end of the world.
    Why not practice more. Focus on where you think you´re not too good at, say listening. Why not try to listen to more English speakers and as many say improve your vocabulary for it affects your comprehension too.
    I hope for the best of you Fleur.

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    And yes, you´re doing better now Fleur! You´ll do better next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blouen View Post
    And yes, you´re doing better now Fleur! You´ll do better next time.
    Really?
    Is my English language improved? Can you note that?
    thanks a lot.
    You are the best.

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    Yes, I think it improved. But of course, you need to study more especially in ´grammar´. But now you write clearer compared to before.

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    Default Re: My marks are poor and too bad.

    Quote Originally Posted by blouen View Post
    Cheer up, it´s not the end of the world.
    Why not practice more. Focus on where you think you´re not too good at, say listening. Why not try to listen to more English speakers and as many say improve your vocabulary for it affects your comprehension too.
    I hope for the best of you Fleur.
    The problem is a degree. Because their degree is an accredited and if I got bad marks I'll give back my course and pay a lot of money. It's expensive blouen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blouen View Post
    Yes, I think it improved. But of course, you need to study more especially in ´grammar´. But now you write clearer compared to before.
    Thanks a lot.
    I'll complete my courses after God's willing.

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    I see! I´ve got one suggestion. For this is what I did when I started my intensive study of English. I studied dialogs. This may not give you the rules in grammar but if you´re familiar with common expressions, how they sound and look in paper, you may look and sound good in English too. Read dialogs, again and again, it may be boring sometimes but tell you what, I still read dialogs till now. It will teach you how people speak good English without teaching you grammar. But then, don´t set aside learning your grammar for I think it´s as also important.

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