Rafik
I have recently moved to Ireland and here people communicate in English. I am here to improve my English, so that I can talk to local people and can communicate better. I have a son and he is 4 1/2 years old and he started going to school. I hope in few months, he will sound like native speaker. I want to improve my English so that I can effectively communicate with my son and can talk about things of his interest without loads of pause and filler word.
Feb 18, 2022 7:07 PM
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Hi Rafik, congrats on the move! I think the important thing is to be brave! As native English speakers, we are VERY used to non-native speakers using English, so we are very accepting and understanding. Don't worry about making mistakes, just get out there and speak as much as possible at the supermarket, on public transportation, or anywhere! In about 6 weeks your brain will start to automatically switch over to English, and you will surprise yourself at how natural it is feeling to you. Best of luck!
Feb 19, 2022 2:56 PM
I have recently moved to Ireland and here people communicate in English. I am here to improve my English, so that I can talk to local people and can communicate better. I have a son and he is 4 1/2 years old and has started going to school. I hope in a few months, he will sound like a native speaker. I want to improve my English so that I can effectively communicate with my son and talk about things hi is interested in without loads of pause and filler word.
This is very well written. I would love to help you with your English, grammar and pronunciation. I have an excellent adult curriculum with 3 different levels of difficulty. I am currently teaching a mom of 2 in China and she really enjoys the curriculum :)
Feb 19, 2022 3:00 AM
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