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    English linguistic/language skills

    Good afternoon everyone;

    in English ,do we say: to improve my English linguistic skills or my English language skills? as well do we say cultural dimensions or culture dimensions?

    thank you very much!

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    Re: English linguistic/language skills

    Quote Originally Posted by soufie1no View Post
    Good afternoon everyone.

    In English, do we say (no colon here) "to improve my English linguistic skills" or "my English language skills"? as well Also, do we say "cultural dimensions" or "culture dimensions?"

    Thank you very much!
    Welcome to the forum.

    Please look at my corrections above. Don't put a space before a comma. Put a space after a comma. Make the words or phrases you are querying stand out in some way - I have enclosed them in quotation marks but you could put them in bold or in italics.

    You will find, as you get more experience with the forum, that we need to have complete sentences to consider in order to give an informed opinion. Please write full sentences containing your phrases.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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