Alex
Making short chat (dialogue? conversation?) Could you check it please :) Short introduction to class I have been learning English for about two years. Everyday I spend almost all of my free time to learning English. I have a lot of books from different writers and including very different content. I try to diverse the process of learning by alternating reading with writing and listening typescripts, to maximally improve the result and not get boring of learning(study?). By the way, which word is more useful here: chat? dialogue? conversation?
Oct 1, 2012 8:36 AM
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Alex, Short introduction to class: I have been learning English for about two years. Everyday I spend almost all of my free time learning English. I have a lot of books with very different content from different writers. I try to diversify the process of learning by alternating reading with writing and by listening to audio with transcripts, to maximally improve the result and avoid boredom.
October 1, 2012
Short introduction to class: I have been learning English for about two years. Everyday, I spend almost all of my free time learning English. I have a lot of books from different writers including very different content. I try to diversify the process of learning by alternating reading with writing and listening to typescripts, to maximally improve the results and not get bored of learning.
October 1, 2012
I also forgot to mention the answer to your last question. In this case, the word "dialogue" would fit the best.
October 1, 2012
Italki has some built-in helps in the notebook entry section that makes it easy to mark the mistakes and make corrections. Those helps are not available in the question section.
October 1, 2012
Ok. but what is the difference? Al right, next time i will write it there then.
October 1, 2012
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