Akiho
how to became nice english?
Apr 25, 2011 5:02 AM
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I will have to tell you ,that you can't say 'How to became nice English?" I think you need to start learning English from the scratch to know how to use words correctly and build correct sentences. You better start by taking some lessons online or in real life to get introduced to the language,learn some basic grammar, vocabulary and build simple sentences. The following are further tips to help you improve your English on the long run : Here are some tips to improve your English skills on the long run. They are some methods among others ,not necessarily the best. You choose whatever suits you and be innovative in finding out about other methods you could apply to help you learn quicker and more efficient. As for the following tips ,intensifying your efforts will help you improve quicker and master the language on the long run. Just practice them and don't give up or loose confidence. It is a matter of persistence and hard work. *Reading at your level of comprehension simple texts or books and looking up new words . * Listening to English through music and possibly reading the lyrics. * Watching movies in English with subtitles in your mother tongue.. * Chatting with natives online using voice chats or in real life .Mingling with natives is a very good way to be constantly listening to speech in English, even if you don't understand at the beginning.
April 25, 2011
こんいちわ! I speak English, so sorry for any mistakes. 英語はなします。ごめねさい。 英語TVみるね! ^_^ (Watch English TV) も、読む!多く多く多く実習! (Also, read English! Practice a lot!) Try to talk to people who speak English by email. I hope this helps :) さよなら!
May 9, 2011
Hi, here are 8 easy steps for learning English using Italki resources. 1. Click onto Languages to see which language you want to learn and then the Resources arrow on the pink band on the top right hand side of this Italki page. Then click onto Knowledge for helpful lessons. 2.Click onto Learn English and then your own language. You will see the number of Wikis and Contributions . They indicate the number of resources such as vocab and grammar in your language created by Italki members. For learning English go to: http://www.italki.com/knowledge/Learn-english-english.htm. You can also learn English in your own language. 3. If you are a beginner, click onto Marketplace arrow on the pink band on the top left hand side of this Italki page. Go through the Language Teachers' prices. Email an English teacher. Look at: http://www.italki.com/teachers/English . Click onto Courses and Products as well. 5.If you need language practice, click onto Language Partners on the pink band on the top left hand side of this page and see if there is an English speaker you can email to set up a time to practice at http://www.italki.com/partners/English You can also click in someone who speaks your language as well. 6. Click onto Groups on the pink band on the top left hand side of this page and look at the groups you want to join for learning English.For example: Improve your English Group: Click onto: http://www.italki.com/groups/English/254. English Writing Group: http://www.italki.com/groups/3116 7. If you want to post items for discussion you can Click onto Answers and Notebook in the middle of the pink band on this page For instant free online dictionary/ translations, copy/paste your word/ sentence needing translation into www.worldlingo.com.au which has most languages. 8.There is a free online audio dictionary of English pronunciation. Just click over the pink words to hear them spoken at www.howjsay.com/index.php?word. You can also learn English vocab free online at www.learnenglish.de/ Free translation online: Copy/paste your text into: http:// free-translator.imtranslator.net
April 25, 2011
Here are also some sites that you might like to check, they could help you practice grammar as well as vocabulary ,comprehension and pronunciation in English. Lots of quizzes and tests as well to test your level. They are supported with audio and video material : www.learn-english-online.org/ www.1-language.com/ www.1-language.com/audiocourse/index.htm www.learnenglish.de/ www.ego4u.com/ LatitudeU.com/ www.Englishtown.com/ www.usingenglish.com/testing.html www.usingenglish.com/quizzes/ eleaston.com/quizzes.html Good luck:)*
April 25, 2011
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Akiho
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English, Japanese, Sign Language
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English, Sign Language