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hello. how can i learn english grammetically ? and in how many days
does it takes for me to learn?tell me and how can i learn and where ?
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Please say something more specific about what you hope to learn so that the person who would answer you knows where to begin. In order to answer your question as it is written, a person would have to list every English school, teacher and book available on the planet Earth, and also give many books' worth of instruction on how to learn languages. I don't think anyone could say how many days it would take to learn the grammar of any language, but for practical purposes two years of study and practice, 30 min to 1 hr per day, is usually a good start. I have no experience with immersion courses that might be faster.
You will need some books or lessons to start you off, but one of the best ways to learn is to hear as much spoken English as you can. Can you get English TV or radio programmes? Have a holiday in England? Make friends with some English speakers?

I am a native English speaker.

I have only been browsing this forum for a few days, but I am horrified by the extracts some students have posted from their textbooks. I couldn't understand some of them, and I already know the language, so I'm not surprised the poor students had difficulty.

Hours spent obsessing over the rules of grammar is, to my mind, no substitute for actual exposure to the language. If you hear English a LOT, you will start to pick up some of the grammar rules naturally, instead of trying to memorise them all. Also, it's much more fun!Emotion: smile

I can't tell you how long it will take to learn. I am 38, and have lived in England all my life, but I'm still learning some new words I haven't heard before. So learning a language is a task that is never really finished.

What are your reasons for learning English? Do you just want to be able to book a hotel room, or call a taxi, or do you want to read the complete works of Shakespeare? Obviously, the amount of learning, for these two goals, is very different.
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Hi I am Paulraj from india. My native is Tamilnadu i want to learn english so how can u learned plz tell me any websites or books.

Thanku you

paulraj
AnonymousHi I am Paulraj from india. My native is Tamilnadu i want to learn english so how can u learned plz tell me any websites or books.

Thanku you

paulraj
"Hi, I am Paulraj from india. My native language is Tamilnadu. I want to learn English so can you learned people please tell me about any websites or books."

Look for web sites ending with .co.uk.
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
Hi Eimai_Anglos,

Tamilnadu is a state in India, not a language , and people live in Tamilnadu speak Tamil language. So, "I am a native of Tamilnadu,India" should work, I guess.