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Dear sir,

I’ve no problem in 1, 2 and 3.

1: an English written letter = a letter written in English
2: an English spoken discourse = a discourse conducted in English
3: an English spoken test; English spoken film; He lives in an English spoken country.

My problem is here:

4: My father is looking for an _____ man to practice my English.

Choice: ( A: English speaking ; B: English spoken)
Should they be written as (English-speaking); (English-spoken)
Kindly explain why?


Thanks in advance
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I hasten to point out that although we seem to be in disagreement here, we are not. In your quote, Clive was responding to a different question (example #4) than the one Tanit and I responded to (re examples #'s 1,2, and 3). - A.
Dear Avangi,

I am sorry for the late reply.

It was my fault actually. In my thank all of you post, I forgot to include the sentence that Clive had written in her first reply.

She wrote: The parts in bold sound pretty odd.

In your post you wrote : All three of the bold expressions sound unnatural to me.

Obviously, there was no disagreement between the two answers.

I am aware of that!

Thank you very much!
Best Regards, Nokia88
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Hi,
I'm agree with you.Emotion: shake hands

It should be English speaking.