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    Unhappy translating

    Hi Teachers!!!!!

    I am secondary two student.English is my second language.My problems is when i speaking i speaks quite correctly but while writing i just translating from my mother tongue.So many of the time i am just passing my english.My latest result is exact 50 out of 100. so plz plz plz ............hELP..me......

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    Re: translating

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hi Teachers!!!!!

    I am secondary two student.English is my second language.My problems is when i speaking i speaks quite correctly but while writing i just translating from my mother tongue.So many of the time i am just passing my english.My latest result is exact 50 out of 100. so plz plz plz ............hELP..me......
    I think you need to forget about your mother tongue when you speak English. I know it is hard to achieve that. But try as much as you can not to think in your mother tongue. I think one way to improve is to avoid TRANSLATING and also LISTENING is very important.

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