I want improve

@ceppy68 (1594)
Indonesia
March 25, 2007 9:30pm CST
As long untill now I always to improve my english language, buthowever I am not yet partner can to talk in english I hope your advice everytime
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@peisiyi (123)
• China
26 Mar 07
the difficulty that you are encounting coinsides with me.i also am botheredabout it.many mylot's friends ask me to be persistent in posting the responses ,then after 3months you will suddently find that your english level would have been lifted.the same goes for you ,i believe.
@dianagnes (1088)
• Singapore
26 Mar 07
Its good that you have the initiative to improve your english.I am also at the point of improving my english.I need to be better in speaking and also writing in english.I bet you too!What i can suggest is that,try to express something in english language.You may express here in mylot..write anything you wish..at the same time,it let you think of some words in english.Good Luck!
@AskAlly (3626)
• Canada
26 Mar 07
You are doing very well. I understand what you are trying to say. Keep your words simple. Then it is not so difficult. You could have said: " I am always trying to improve my English. I would like to speak English better. I hope that you can help me." Regards Ally
@youdontsay (3503)
• United States
26 Mar 07
English is probably the most difficult of languages because it has so many exceptions to the rules. Sometimes the letters sound one way and sometimes another. And of course, as with all languages, there are the idioms or "figures of speech." Do you videos or recordings in English to help you learn the sounds? Some people say that reading comic books is a good way to learn. Children's picture books might be a good way to learn if you don't mind them being childish. Do you have a library that has foreign language audios you can borrow? Or if you have a recorder you might find someone who speaks English and ask them to make recordings of their reading something. And then you can follow along with the words when you read. I wish you well in your learning.