English is very important. Since it is considered the first language in the world due to its wide spread and use, it should be learnt to facilitate our life. It is not only spoken by people but also it is implied as a mean to deal with. In other ways, it is the language of computers, electronics and other science and technologies.
English language has four main skills which are, reading, writing, speaking and listening.
Reading is the first thing beginners should start with. There are many
Useful books of English containing simple ways of introducing topics from the very beginning. If you are a non native speaker of English try the ones illustrated
in your language, they would be more useful if you didn't have a good command of English.
Once you have collected and kept in mind as many information as needed you should write down examples of your own memory and go over them in your mind.
Speaking and listening are crucial moment in your life, but it's not as difficult as you think unless you have a great amount of knowledge about the English grammar.
Finally, English language is of great value especially in your daily life to keep in touch with others and friends. Never get tired from searching and asking questions to improve your skills, instead depend on yourself through reading and surfing the net especially our privileged website.
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could you tell me how good my grammar is ?
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Last edited by tareq10; 27-Feb-2009 at 23:18.
It is the language of computers, electronics, science and technology.
Learning English can help us achieve our goals.
There are many useful books of English containing simple ways of introducing topics.
If you are a non-native speaker of English, try the ones written both in English and in your language. Those books will be more useful if you don't have a good command of English.
Reading is the first thing beginners should start with" should be: "Beginners should start with reading." (It says the same thing with fewer words.)
How about rewriting it (and reposting it) using the suggestions you find useful? Then I will tell you what still needs improving.