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(1)Movies are generally composed of conversations.

The conversation in person, I mean, in a real situation,
makes up for the lack of your true English skills.
You can repeat "you know? you know?,
or utilize non verbal communication strategy like "body language"
or expect hearers' comprehension.

(2){This is another version} Movies have "conversations" all right, but they are fictional and a bit different from those you have in a real situation of your life. Therefore, if you want to acquire true conversation skills, just watching movies is not good enough. You need to interact with people in person. While doing that, you may make mistakes, such as repeating your phrase unintentionally, and have to use body language or depend on your audience's comprehension, but all of that helps.

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(1)Movies are generally composed of conversations.

The A conversation in with a real person, I mean, in a real situation, makes up for the lack of will help you improve your true English skills.

You can also repeat "you know? you know?”, [ why?!] or utilize non-verbal communication strategies like " such as body language, or expect hearers' comprehension [ I don't understand what you mean by that].

(2){This is another version} Movies have "conversations" all right, but they are fictional and a bit different from those you have may encounter in a real-life situation. of your life. Therefore, if you want to acquire true natural/useful conversation skills, just watching movies is not good enough. You need to interact with people in person. While By doing that, you may make mistakes, such as repeating your using some phrase unintentionally. and You also have to use body language or depend on your audience's comprehension, [ I don't understand what you mean by that] but all of that helps.

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