I've got a question. I've traslated a sentence recently and it made me confused a bit. Can I say so:
How many fares is one to pay from London to Folkestone?
If the sentence I have just written doesn't make sense I'd like to look at your suggestions but I'd like the word "fare" to be used there, as I know how I can say this without this word. Thanks a lot!
What is the bus/train fair from London to Folkstone?

How much do I have to pay to travel between London and Folkstone?
please can you help me how I improve my english
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I speak Polish fluently. So English is not my first language. There are so many websites to learn basic English. You could easily find them.

When you write a sentence, you should always start with a capital letter. Some people say upper case letters instead of capital letters.

please can you help me how I improve my english [This is incorrect.]

It should be the following:

Please can you help me how I improve my english [Even this one is not 100% correct.]

The following is the correct one with the fullstop. A full stop is necessary at the end of a sentence. Some people say a period instead of a full stop.

Please can you help me how I improve my english.

To improve further, you could write a comma after the word 'please'. Still it makes sense without the comma, as far as I am concerned. A person like our moderator, miriam, might disagree with me and insists the necessity of the comma.

Please, can you help me how I improve my english.
Arghh!Don't be too cruel,Andrei!
Andrei!! ~L~
I wouldn't "insist" that you can't do without a comma in that question, I simply think that using a comma makes the construction sound better. Emotion: smile

Anyway, the question "Please, can you help me how I improve my english." is not completely correct, not even with the comma! ~L~
"Please, can you help me (to) improve my English?"

"Help" in constructions like the one above is followed by either a "to-infititive" or a "bare infinitive" (the infinitive without "to").

"The neighbours helped us (to) move the piano."
"Let me help you (to) bring those heavy boxes in."
"This argument is not going to help us (to) win the election."
"Would you help me (to) do my homework?"

Also, the names of languages are capitalised in English: you learn English, Spanish, German, French.

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