ENGLISH LEVEL IN KARACHI!!

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As i am born Pakistani. would like to make one thing clear in the beginning that here in Pakistan i use my native language URDU for every day life.I've been in an English school from montessori till matric(10 th level).after that i've been in college and then again through college i have done my bachelors(graduation).
but the bad site of all that is i wasn't English speaker through all.i mean to say i've been studied in an English medium school but eventhough i couldn't find any one to talk in English(as we usually use URDU native language) which made me weak in this field instead of studying English i couldn't practise.
Now the English level here in karachi is all over mixed. Mean to say you can find not only British but American as well Canadian English but in most cases British.
wait for your reply take care ba bye.
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kutekool_22 said:
As i am born Pakistani. would like to make one thing clear in the beginning that here in Pakistan i use my native language URDU for every day life.I've been in an English school from montessori till matric(10 th level).after that i've been in college and then again through college i have done my bachelors(graduation).
but the bad site of all that is i wasn't English speaker through all.i mean to say i've been studied in an English medium school but eventhough i couldn't find any one to talk in English(as we usually use URDU native language) which made me weak in this field instead of studying English i couldn't practise.
Now the English level here in karachi is all over mixed. Mean to say you can find not only British but American as well Canadian English but in most cases British.
wait for your reply take care ba bye.
:lilangel:

As a native Pakistani. I would like to make one thing clear from the beginning that here in Pakistan I use my native language URDU for every day life. I've been in an English language Montessori school from (start missing here) till matriculation (10 th level). After that I went to college and then I did my bachelor's.
But the bad side of all this is that I wasn't an English speaker through all. i mean to say i've studied in an English medium school but even there i couldn't find any one to talk to in English (as we usually used URDU) which made me weak in this field- I didn't study and i couldn't practise.
Now the English level here in Karachi is mixed. I mean to say you can find not only British but American as well Canadian English but in most cases British.
wait for your reply take care ba bye

I've made some changes, as you can see. What was it like being in a Montessori schiool? ;-)
 

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tdol said:
kutekool_22 said:
As i am born Pakistani. would like to make one thing clear in the beginning that here in Pakistan i use my native language URDU for every day life.I've been in an English school from montessori till matric(10 th level).after that i've been in college and then again through college i have done my bachelors(graduation).
but the bad site of all that is i wasn't English speaker through all.i mean to say i've been studied in an English medium school but eventhough i couldn't find any one to talk in English(as we usually use URDU native language) which made me weak in this field instead of studying English i couldn't practise.
Now the English level here in karachi is all over mixed. Mean to say you can find not only British but American as well Canadian English but in most cases British.
wait for your reply take care ba bye.
:lilangel:

As a native Pakistani. I would like to make one thing clear from the beginning that here in Pakistan I use my native language URDU for every day life. I've been in an English language Montessori school from (start missing here) till matriculation (10 th level). After that I went to college and then I did my bachelor's.
But the bad side of all this is that I wasn't an English speaker through all. i mean to say i've studied in an English medium school but even there i couldn't find any one to talk to in English (as we usually used URDU) which made me weak in this field- I didn't study and i couldn't practise.
Now the English level here in Karachi is mixed. I mean to say you can find not only British but American as well Canadian English but in most cases British.
wait for your reply take care ba bye

I've made some changes, as you can see. What was it like being in a Montessori schiool? ;-)

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    I earned my Bachelor's degree OR I received my Bachelor's degree
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