My english improved durring my run on mylot!

Canada
April 11, 2007 3:44pm CST
Well i just recently noticed this when i was assigned an... assignement in class. Im still a student in university so i can understand that. My english was already pretty good, and i was pretty fluent in the language. But ever since i was on mylot i've noticed a little difference in my english, I was surprised for the moment of writing this assignement, I was writing so much better! I was proud! Have you improved your english durring your run on mylot? Do you hope to improve if you are new here? And to those that aren't very good in english/ those that are good in english, you can still learn... There is still much to learn!!
4 responses
@sebatt84 (131)
• France
13 Apr 07
For me also, it is a good way to practice with Mylot
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@netski_15 (423)
• Philippines
11 Apr 07
Wow that's great for you. I'm learning more on how to organize my thoughts in responding. Somehow I'm getting used to it and I'm liking it. Hope we all learn as we go along with mylot. =)
@avs189 (1030)
• India
24 Jun 07
IF you make conscious effort to improve your english ,you can defenitely do so here at mylot.There are many aspects of improving english ,like avoiding spelling mistakes while typing fast ur response and at same time maintaining accuracy along with the speed.Also words u come across the newsappers or magazines can be frequently used here while writing so that u have wide range of vocabulary ,the only point required is that u need to make conscious effort that while posting here at mylot ur not just for sake of posting but also for improving english and that would work wonders for you.
• United States
21 May 07
It does seem that from trying to keep alert to our grammar & wording, particularly in even small compositions like a response to a posting, it helps us in improving our language skills. It is a lot like learning mathematics. Someone can teach it to you, but you don't really learn much from that. You need to do the mathematics problems, or apply the math you just learned to a problem to learn it. That's probably where the saying "practice makes perfect" came from.