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Cool Tips about improving English

could u share tips about improving english (listening, speaking) ? I afraid cuz it's a serious issue to me ?
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movies
and tv shows.......seriously
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could u share tips about improving english (listening, speaking) ? I afraid cuz it's a serious issue to me ?
Extend your circle of friend, preferably befriend native English speakers
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Extend your circle of friend, preferably befriend native English speakers
I wish that but couldn't find anyone around
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movies
and tv shows.......seriously
u mean by eng subtitle ?
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I wish that but couldn't find anyone around
Are you in US? if yes, you can go to starbucks, talk to the barista or something like that
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Are you in US? if yes, you can go to starbucks, talk to the barista or something like that
No ,if I'm in US It will be so easy
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No ,if I'm in US It will be so easy
Hi
Where r u? I am studying english to improve mine
We could practice together.

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Where r u? I am studying english to improve mine
We could practice together.

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ok , what r u doin to improve it ?
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the above suggestions are really cool no doubt but its better to get some stuff onlinelike subscribe to some eng language site newsletter there you will get material step by step from begining to advanced level and u also need to qualify tests theer i am recommending one to u englishlinkdotcom
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Ideally take classes, many colleges have departments of individual studies, you can enroll in one of those, but it can be expensive. You can get a English pronunciation program (video/software). Probably the best way to start is looking for resources in you tube or in forums, it is way more convenient

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Simple. Just practice Tenses correctly.
Use them correctly by adding new words day by day.
I can say most of the grammatical errors occur only because of wrong usage of tenses.
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Try watching movies or sitcoms without subtitles, find someone to talk to
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