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    Talking Speaking

    I need to speak without problem

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    Re: Speaking

    Quote Originally Posted by Javi711 View Post
    I need to speak English without any problems.
    Welcome to the forum.

    First, note my corrections above. It's important to use a closing punctuation mark at the end of every sentence.

    What specific problems do you have when speaking English? How often do you speak English? Who do you speak English with? Are you taking classes?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Speaking

    Speaking is always the most difficult part of learning a language (reading, listening, and writing all being a bit easier).

    The best way to get better at speaking in any language is to have actual conversations with native speakers. If you cannot find a native speaker who is willing to help you, I would suggest Skype as a possibility as well.

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    Re: Speaking

    Allow yourself to make mistakes. Everyone does when learning a new language, and you will, too. Conversely, you should also review at least some of what you remember having said; you can then discover some of your mistaken phrases and practice saying them correctly.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: Speaking

    What situations do you speak English in and what problems do you face?

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    Re: Speaking

    It's now 19 days since this was posted. There have been 5 responses but no indication that the OP has been back. He/she has registered no Like or Thank clicks and has given no responses to our questions.

    I am closing this thread. Javi711, if you come back to the forum and you want to start the conversation again, you will need to open a new thread.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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