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    HELLO! I'D LIKE TO ASK A QUESTION... I SPEAK SPANISH, AND I'VE BEEN STUDYING ENGLISH FOR SOME YEARS.. NOW I'M IN AUSTRALIA STUDYING ENGLISH AS WELL (only 2 months). BUT I THINK I'M NOT IMPROVING MY ENGLISH, I MEAN, IT'S VERY DIFFICULT FOR ME TO SPEAK FLUENTLY. I'D LIKE TO KNOW WHAT I CAN DO TO IMRPOVE MY LEARNING OF THE LANGUAGE. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!

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    We appreciate you that you want to learn english in a good way and you want to speak english very fluently actually you should take english in everyday and make two or three people gathering and talk with them, and also you should Listen English movies, News channel like bbc or cnn, and you should read newspaper and in all above that you should speak english two or three hours in a day with your friend you just speak dont care and dont hesitate that you are wrong or right you just go and speak after some time you will see improvement in yourself. Okay i hope you will follow these suggestions very carefully.

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    Re: asking for an advice

    I agree; the basic key to fluency ir practice, so speak at every opportunity and get lots of input from sources such as the ones Farhaj suggests.

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    Hi tdol, I want to ask you that should i take grammar very seriously and go in deep because its seem very difficult for me i am a very busy man rarely i find time to read grammar in home otherwise i daily go to English Language Institute and speak english with my friends in this institute. Okay good bye . And one thing more is belong to you that You are and your team Done a great Job for us means for english language learner If i am a President of my country then i should give you Award.

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    #5

    Re: asking for an advice

    Glad to help, and I look forward to your being president.

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