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  1. Dukul12345's Avatar
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    #1

    Why did you decide to learn English?

    Are there any mistakes in this dialogue? How can I make it more natural?


    HAFIZ: Why did you decide to learn English, and what do you need English for?

    KAMAL: Mainly, I decided to learn English to get a lucrative job, but now I am infatuated with it. I have made it (learning English) into my passion and spending my every second to be skilled at it.

    HAFIZ: That's cool! Something I'm also really curious about is this: What is the most difficult part of learning English for you?

    KAMAL: As far as I am concerned, I think it's the spoken part. Because, if you can speak about anything in any newly-learned language without getting stuck, you can do better in your written part easily.

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    #2

    Re: Why did you decide to learn English?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dukul12345 View Post
    Are there any mistakes in this dialogue? How can I make it more natural?


    HAFIZ: Why did you decide to learn English, and what do you need English for?

    KAMAL: Mainly, I decided to learn English to get a lucrative job, but now I am infatuated obsessed with it. I have made it (learning English) into my passion and spending I spend my every second to be becoming more skilled at it.

    HAFIZ: That's cool! Something I'm also really curious about is this: What is the most difficult part of learning English for you?

    KAMAL: As far as I am concerned, I think For me, it's the spoken part speaking. That's because, if you can speak about anything in any newly-learned language without getting stuck, you can do better in your written part write in that language easily.
    See above.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

  3. Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    #3

    Re: Why did you decide to learn English?

    How about What was the most difficult part as they have done the learning?

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