did your grammar improve because of forum sites?

Philippines
August 11, 2008 8:53am CST
I am just wondering if there are people here who improves their English grammar and proficiency because of constant posting in forum sites like Mylot. Does forum sites helps you improve your mastery of English language?
4 responses
@jstmarfz (1498)
• United States
3 Sep 08
Hi! I can say I am very particular with my grammars. As far as I remembered back in my high school days, that was when it started I became conscious with my grammar coz our English teacher was very strict when it comes to it. I am not that really good or should I say perfect with it but i can surely say I am good. It improved a lot more when I started chatting with my husband for 3 years. Reading English pocketbooks or having conversation to someone using the international language which is English is really a huge help for you to improve and widen your knowledge when it comes to grammar and of course with your vocabulary. If you are talking about forum sites, it may help but not that much.
• Philippines
4 Sep 08
Chat is really a good medium of learning english.
• Philippines
24 Aug 08
Hi there izathewzia! I don't have problems with my English grammar. However, I must say that somehow, being active here at myLot somehow enhanced my use of the language. Yeah, both oral and written. It has been said time and again, that the only way to really improve our communication skills is to practice. With our constant use of the language here at myLot, I believe that it really helps us a lot. Happy posting!
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• Philippines
2 Sep 08
That explain everything. Thanks for posting also.
• India
11 Aug 08
To be honest there is a small improvement in my grammar, but my typing skills and the speed of typing has improved a lot after joining forum sites
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• Philippines
11 Aug 08
Yah, it helps us improves our typing skills as well.
@djoyce71 (2512)
• Philippines
11 Aug 08
In my case, it helps.
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• Philippines
11 Aug 08
Good for you!