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Which do you think is the best way to be fluent in English?

This is the question. What do you think about? Do you have any special way? What help more, reading books, listen the news, writting a lot in english...I think, obviusly, the best it would live in a country where speak english, but, apart from this, i would like to know which thing you think is more helpful. Thanks to everybody.

Mar 3, 2015 8:57 PM
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Well it depends on your situation. Right now your English seems to be pretty good, you just need some more in depth learning.

For the news, most news articles are written at a fourth grade level from my understanding so they're not all that challenging and major networks tend to have teams of editors so mistakes aren't such a huge deal on their end.

English has its differences among other countries so one key point that's worth focusing on is the difference between British and American English for example.

For learning written English I'd say just read a bunch of books and figure out what your reading level is at and challenge yourself. If you don't know a word, learn it and practice remembering it by incorporating it into what you already know.

There's notebook enteries on here. People seem to read them and correct them so you just need to pick a topic and join in on the discussions. Speaking to otheres is another great way of learning a language.

March 3, 2015
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English, Spanish
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