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    New member

    Greeting all,

    I am new at this Forum I hope that I can improve my English language.

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    #2

    Re: New member

    Hello, khalidtalk!
    Good luck!

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    Re: New member

    thanks alot for your support
    Quote Originally Posted by tzfujimino View Post
    Hello, khalidtalk!
    Good luck!

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    #4

    Re: New member

    Welcome!

    We look forward to helping you with your specific questions about aspects of the English language.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Welcome!

    We look forward to helping you with your specific questions about aspects of the English language.
    Thanks a lot Mr. emsr2d2 for your generous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khalidtalk View Post
    Thanks a lot Mr. emsr2d2 for your generous generosity.
    You're welcome. As you will see above, I have crossed out "Mr". It's not important for you to know the gender of the other people on this site but, for your information, I am female so "Mr" would be inappropriate anyway. Remember, though, that there is no need to address people with any specific title on this site (Mr, Mrs, Teacher etc) - you can just use our usernames. That's the easiest way for us to refer to each other.

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    Re: New member

    Welcome.

    Let me give you a couple of tips, khalidtalk.

    1. Some of the teachers who offer help here are female – including emsr2d2.

    2. There's no need to thank us in a separate post, or to quote our answer back to us. A click on the Like button is enough to express your appreciation of our replies.

    Rover

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    ok thanks for the clarifications

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    #9

    Re: New member

    Now I am using this forum to improve my English, do you have any advice to me or from where I can start
    as you know there are many sections.

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    Re: New member

    Quote Originally Posted by khalidtalk View Post
    Now I am using this forum to improve my English, do you have any advice to me or from where I can start?
    As you know, there are many sections.
    If you don't have any specific questions, then just have a good look around the site. The "Ask a Teacher" section, which you are reading now, is good for specific questions about words, grammar, punctuation, spelling, normal usage etc. There are separate sections for longer written pieces, idioms etc.

    For now, just read through some other people's posts and you will get a good idea of how it works.

    A few notes for your future posts:

    - Start every sentence with a capital letter.
    - Always capitalise the word "I" (first person singular).
    - Always end a sentence with the relevant punctuation mark (full stop, question mark, exclamation mark). Note that one of any of those is sufficient. The same goes for "smilies" - just one is enough.

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