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    Ju is offline Key Member
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    Improvement and progress

    Sam has been learning French for year. His mom asked,

    1. "Sam, how is the improvement of your French?

    2. "Sam, how is the progress of your French?

    Do the above sentences mean the same and grammatical?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Improvement and progress

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    Sam has been learning French for a year. His mom asked:

    1. "Sam, how is the improvement of your French?

    2. "Sam, how is the progress of your French?

    Do the above sentences mean the same, and are they grammatical?
    Perhaps:

    How are you doing with learning French?

    Or:

    How are your French studies going?

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