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Hello members,

I dont acknowledge myself to be very smart. Im so troubled, disturbed by English. I need guidance from you to help improve my English, to make it better than my present level of English.

for example, If someone drops by and say "Im new to English language, what should i do first"? what would be your answer and what do you think i should do according to my level of English.

thank you
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Hi Trouper, and welcome to the forums.

Read. Read as much as you can.

Read things that challenge you, but that you can still understand the meaning - for example, read USA Today, not The Wall Street Journal.

Read the news section on Yahoo.

Read children's books.

Ask questions about things that don't make sense to you.
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TrouperHello members,

I don't acknowledge myself to be very smart. I'm so troubled, disturbed by English. I need guidance from you to help improve my English, to make it better than my present level of English.

For example, if someone drops by and says "I'm new to the English language, what should I do first"? What would be your answer and what do you think I should do according to my level of English ?

thank you
There are many, many "first" things to do when starting out on a new language. Study, practice, try to get tutorage, listen as much as possible to native speakers. Probably most important: register at www.EnglishForward.com !!

Note, Trouper: "I" is always capitalized, no matter where it appears in the sentence.
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You can't actually read them.

Because, you said "I'm new to English language"

So how did you know them.

Try to translate them, and understand them before reading or talking to the others.

[The (Pronouns as di, because of a,e,i,o,u) others.]

Have a lucky day to you.
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