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    #1

    Advice

    My name is fuad and my problem is, i can understand English but i can not respond fluently. i feel some shyness about that. to overcome this, what do i have to do? Please tell me.


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    Re: Advice

    Hello Fuad and welcome to the forum.

    Don't worry about that at all. That's exactly why most people are here.

    Just go ahead and ask questions, consider the answers and respond in whatever way you can.

    If your response is not fluent, or not good English we will let you know and point out where it can be improved.

    Regards

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    #3

    Re: Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by fuad View Post
    My name is fuad and my problem is, i can understand English but i can not respond fluently. i feel some shyness about that. to overcome this, what do i have to do? Please tell me.

    thanks
    What prevents you from speaking English? If you think that you are lacking knowledge then it's reasonable to study harder and practice more. If your knowledge is OK, then you should just start speaking and with the lapse of time you'll see that you're gradually making progress. Now I'm fluent in English, but when I started learning it 15 years ago being a small schoolboy I was also speaking horribly and probably would have felt embarassed if I had got in a situation where it was necessary to show your good command of the language. I'm not a teacher and I can't give you professional advice, but I suppose you need to just start at once and go on and on. Confidence will come. You just have to wait and work to deserve it.

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    Re: Advice

    Also seek advice in a special section of this forum where people ask and read about methods used for learning English and improving your fluency. I'm sure there'll manage to find something that will be effective for you.

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