hi frnz,
my english really not so good, but i want to improve it to the max,...
i m from india,
i was wondering
is the people from english speaking countries take care of grammer,
whenever i try to speak english , first thing that came into my mind is: is my grammer ok,
so , i got confused about that.
i tried alot , i read alot of english books,
and watch english movies, try to speak to myself in english, and write short poems or paragraphs on my own and do other stuff to improve my english . but i don't know why i m not getting confidence to speak english:
any suggestion for that,
thanx
Hi,

In fact a lot of people are saying that English is crazy language. Don’t miss understand me. I mean grammar, it so complicated even for native speaker ( English).
They making a lot of mistakes .

anyway

Keep reading and speaking in English, then it will works to better.. bettttttttttttttter. bettttttttttter

That was my suggestion for you my Friend.
Well, I wasn't born in NY and have been here for only 3 years. I have to admit that English is not a complicated language at all. I really think that it is one of the easiest languages people are able to learn. My sugestion would be to read in English as much as it is possible, it is the best wayEmotion: smile
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rainadaman

Your English is not bad at all. I was easily able to understand exactly what you said, even though there were a few minor mistakes. Please do not be too hard on yourself. Of course, you can improve, but so can we all.

The biggest challenge Indian people have when using English, is accent and pronunciation. I suspect these pose your greatest challenge. You should also try to pay a little more attention to punctuation.

It seems to me you already have a great 'feel' for English. With a little more work you have the potential to be an excellent user of English!

Don't be shy to use the great skill you already have. Nobody will expect you to be perfect.
Just go ahead and enjoy what you are already good at.

Good luck!
I don't know english 100% But i find it easier than arabic 100%.. Arabic grammar is very very hard. English is very beautiful language imo
Hi there,firstly let me introduce myself,my name is Marlon i'm a young gentleman from South Africa

as you may know South Africa is a english speaking country and also listed as the 6 best place

in the world to learn english, now i myself am a english teacher and i would best

advise you to continuing with what you're doing right now it seem's the better way to learn but do try not

to concentrate on grammar to much,you may want to do this on a later stage when you fully understand the

english langauge,Good luck and God bless.

Best regards,Marlon.
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You can read and write all you want, but remember to USE WHAT YOU LEARN. That is probably the most important thing that you can do when learning a new language. If you are worried about being nervous or shy when using the language, the only way that you will get rid of that, is to speak it. Don't be scared! Make mistakes! Get messy! And remember to have fun! It's the only way that I've been able to learn Spanish and now Korean! So keep up the good work, ok?!
Hi everyone! My name's Andre and I am a Canadian!

Rainadaman, you can read and write all you want, but remember to USE WHAT YOU LEARN. That is probably the most important thing that you can do when learning a new language. If you are worried about being nervous or shy when using the language, the only way that you will get rid of that, is to speak it. Don't be scared! Make mistakes! Get messy! And remember to have fun! It's the only way that I've been able to learn Spanish and now Korean! So keep up the good work, ok?!
Andre. Thanks for the inspiration and advice. I'm a non native probably at an intermediate level.

Do you know of any spoken English practice websites or forums? I'm looking at find native speakers to practice spoken English with. I don't mind paying them for their time.
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