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    #11

    Re: A Question About My English Understanding

    The Voice of America Learning English website has many recordings at different levels, complete with transcriptions. It's designed specifically for people who need to practice listening to spoken English.
    I am not a teacher.

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    #12

    Re: A Question About My English Understanding

    Quote Originally Posted by prototype12 View Post
    Okay, thanks for your advice, sir. I will try to begin reading simple texts.
    What makes you think that ems is male?
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    #13

    Re: A Question About My English Understanding

    Quote Originally Posted by GoesStation View Post
    What makes you think that ems is male?
    No, I didn't want to mention it. Just, I want to answer kindly. Sorry for my mistake.

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    #14

    Re: A Question About My English Understanding

    Quote Originally Posted by prototype12 View Post
    Just, I want to answer kindly politely. Sorry for my mistake.
    Your motivation was fine, but I hope you see how calling unknown people "sir" can be rude. (I am male, so it works for me but nothing in my username suggests that.)
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    #15

    Re: A Question About My English Understanding

    prototype12, did you notice how many of your posts in this thread were deleted by a moderator, with the comment "Unnecessary. A click on the Thank button suffices"? Please don't write new posts to say "Thank you" to anyone. It makes threads unnecessarily long and adds nothing to the conversation. Click on the Thank button on any post you find helpful.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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