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    #1

    How to improve my language

    Hello,

    I am new joinee in this forum.I expect all the suport from members.I will try to explain my problem here. My school studies was in a rural local medium school.So I am very poor in english language, especially in speaking.Now Iam working as a Software Executive in a MNC.So I have some problem due to english speak.Please help me to improve my english speaking.Please give me some valid suggestions to improve my language.

    Thanks
    Able Alias

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    #2

    Re: How to improve my language

    What sort of thing do you have to do in English and how often?


    • Join Date: Sep 2009
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    #3

    Re: How to improve my language

    Thanks for your reply.

    Usually I have reading English News Papers and reading mail in English.
    some times try to read english stories, but I can't complete it. I have one
    dictionary in my mobile, so I used it for checking meanings of tough words.
    If you could help me to improve my english, its very helpfull.
    May be next week ,I will be join a spoken english course.I think that should be a necessory.

    Thanks

    Able Alias.

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