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    Beginner in forum

    Hello from Bulgaria , I'm an engineer and student . i would like to help me for improve my english . Could you recommend some style for learning english grammar , comunications or just some english books . I really like this forum and i'll wait for advice .


    Thank you !

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    Re: Beginner in forum

    Hello and welcome to the forum.

    You can begin by always capitalizing proper nouns like "English."

    And by not putting a space before commas and periods.

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    #3

    Re: Beginner in forum

    Hi everyone! I am beginner as well. First I will try to read threads after make decision to stay here or leave.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 25-Sep-2014 at 18:29. Reason: Deleting unnecessary quote.

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    Re: Beginner in forum

    Quote Originally Posted by ingafreeman View Post
    Hi everyone! I am a beginner as well. First I will try to read threads after before making the decision to stay here or leave.
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    Re: Beginner in forum

    SoothingDave, I understand the note, and I'll try to be a proper.I'm checking the site and I'm really impress by intresting learning of English.I have to read the rules of writting.If I got a question may I ask in this subtheme "Ask a teacher" or it's a special.

    Thank you :) !

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    Re: Beginner in forum

    Quote Originally Posted by gartz View Post
    SoothingDave, I understand the note, and I'll try to be a proper.I'm checking the site and I'm really impress by intresting learning of English.I have to read the rules of writting.If I got a question may I ask in this subtheme "Ask a teacher" or it's a special.

    Thank you :) !
    Yes, ask your specific questions here. You have done good to eliminate the space before commas and periods. Now, put one after all commas and periods. Observe how the native speakers here write.

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    #7

    Re: Beginner in forum

    Thank you for the answer, I will put one after all commas and periods. I've got a question. Is there a hope if I learn English alone with your help and of this site? I very want to improve this language.

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