Hello everyone please help me!
I am mshathik i am very poor to speak in english. So i want to improve my spoken english. How to learn spoken english the best way? please tell me your secrets
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I suggest getting a tutor or a tape to help you. That is how I learned English.
hy friend i,m also want to improve my spoken english so but best thing is to listen english news
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Hi,

Sure I can help you. You simply have to chat with me. We can decide on a topic and daily for 15 minutes we can speak on that topic. Hope that will be beneficial.

Bye
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Hi,

Sure I can help you. You simply have to chat with me. We can decide on a topic and daily for 15 minutes we can speak on that topic. Hope that will be beneficial.

Bye

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I think that learning any launguage is built on,

1. how you learn it. If you learn a word wrong, you will pretty much never learn it right.

2. How much you use it. If you don't use English everyday, do you think you will remember it?

3. How you use it with others. This tyes in with the above. If you don't use it with others, how do you know how to use it in a conversation?

These are steps I used to learn English.
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Hi some one for help you

I would like to learn spoken in english. I am only for reading But I didn't understand wrote grammar english. I am only for reading. please some one for helpyou. please contact me through this is an <email address removed by a mod. Please write it in your profile.>. please login if you wish to post replies.
hi

how are you. i am muhammad shoaib frome lahore. and i will be job in a hotel. but my english languge is very veek.plz you help me . i want that i speek english fastle and croect.i am wating for your riply.

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Good Morning All,

my english is very poor, and i want to improve my english language.
could someone to help me?

thanks a lot.
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