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I had given a topic sentence and asked to write a paragraph to support the topic sentence. I did my best now needs your review. Hope you won't disappoint me. Thanks.
Miss Sadaf speaks English. (that is the topic sentence) Her English is as fluent as of a native speaker. Her English pronunciations are so good. To improve her English speaking skill she did much hard work. She always read English books. She listened to English programs on t.v and radio watched English movies and joined some English Forums on internet that added much to her knowledge about English language. Besides, she did some English language courses, too.
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Miss Sadaf speaks English. (that is the topic sentence) Her English is as fluent as of a native speaker. Her English pronunciations are so good. To improve her English speaking skill she did much hard work. She always read English books. She listened to English programs on t.v and radio watched English movies and joined some English Forums on internet that added much to her knowledge about English language. Besides, she did some English language courses, too.

Miss Sadaf speaks English. (that is the topic sentence) Her English is as fluent as a native speaker's. Her pronunciation is very good. To improve her English speaking skills, she did a lot of hard work. She always read English books. She listened to English programs on t.v and radio, watched English movies and joined some English Forums on the internet that added a lot to her knowledge . Besides, she did some English language courses.

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Much' is not wrong here, but 'a lot of' is more natural.

Clive
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Miss Sadaf's method of learning English
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how has Sadaf learnt English?
or
why does Sadaf speak English so well?
so on.
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Thanks for your reply to my post but I couldn't understand why have you given these suggestions. The topic sentence that was given to me is "Miss Sadaf speaks English." I have developed the rest of paragraph and asked the expert to check that.Did you find any mistake in the paragraph?
Come on guys! somebody reply to my post, please please please.
I didn't find any..... Emotion: smile
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Thank you sir. Thank you so much. So nice of you. I really appreciate your help. I don't know how to thank you which words should I use so that I can express my feeling in a right way. Thanks again. May Allah bless you.
Just a simple 'Thank you' is fine.

You're welcome!

Clive
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