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    very confussed

    I am very bad in english. How I can improve my english and from where i start like what will i learn first traslanation or grammar.

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    Re: very confussed

    Quote Originally Posted by sweetmanju View Post
    I am very bad in english. How I can improve my english and from where i start like what will i learn first traslanation or grammar.
    dont worry. You have reached at the right place that helps you to get rid off from your confusion.

    I suggest to start with translation

    Cheers

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    Smile Re: very confussed

    Quote Originally Posted by sweetmanju View Post
    I am very bad in english. How I can improve my english and from where i start like what will i learn first traslanation or grammar.
    Hi! Welcome to the forums. I'm not a teacher.

    Here's my two cents.

    - You can start learning English by reading, watching, and listening material of English by native speakers. There're numerous free materials available online.

    Here're some well-known news websites.

    www.cnn.com

    www. bbc.co.uk

    - Try to write your own stories in English rather than translation. This will help you think in English rather than thinking in your mother tongue.

    - Basic English grammar knowledge is necessary. You can start to learn it bit by bit everyday while you practise your writing.


    I am very bad in english. How I can improve my english and from where i start like what will i learn first traslanation or grammar.
    * "English" should be always capitalized.
    * "I" should be always capitalized.

    (I am very bad at English. How can I improve my English? How can I start with it? Shall I learn translation first or grammar?)

    Hope this helps. See you around.

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