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Hello
Can you help me check the usage of grammar.
Thank you for your help.

Learning by doing things, reading books or talking about things strikes me as grossly exaggerated.

Being a student, I need to dabble in all aspects.

I tried to integrate knowledge gained from reading, listening, and doing into a best way of learning.

Improving English depends on reading textbooks, training listening and writing articles
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Your grammar is OK, KK, but the semantics needs some work-- these sentences carry some strange messages.

'Learning by doing things, reading books or talking about things strikes me as grossly exaggerated.' -- I SEE NO EXAGGERATION IN THE SUBJECT OF THIS SENTENCE.

'Being a student, I need to dabble in all aspects.' -- ASPECTS OF WHAT? THE IDEA IS INCOMPLETE; AND STUDENTS NEEDN'T DABBLE ANYWAY.

'I tried to integrate knowledge gained from reading, listening, and doing into the best way of learning.' -- 'USE... KNOWLEDGE...TO CREATE....' PERHAPS; 'INTEGRATE' INTO A 'WAY' IS A BIT STRANGE.

'Improving English depends on reading textbooks, training listening and writing articles.' -- THIS SEEMS LIKE A RATHER ARBITRARY COLLECTION OF IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES.
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Hello Mister Micawber
Thank you for your suggestion.
But I still don't understand how to correct them.
Can you give me a hand again.
Thank you very much.

Being a journalism student, I need to dabble in widespread knowledge.

I tried to integrate knowledge gained from reading, listening, and doing into a best way of learning. This sentence means that a combination of reading, listening and doing thins, but I don't know how to express precissely it.

What is the best approach to improve the level of English depends on reading textbooks, training listening and writing articles.
Learning by doing things, reading books or talking about things strikes me as grossly exaggerated.

Being a student, I need to dabble in all aspects.

I tried to integrate knowledge gained from reading, listening, and doing into a best way of learning.

Improving English depends on reading textbooks, training listening and writing articles

It would be easier for me to help you with this if I head a better understanding of your intent.

When you say "doing things," what "things" do you mean? Do you mean activities associated with a reading assignment? Are you saying that no single one of those areas is sufficient?
The grammar is correct, KK. It is the content that needs work.

'Being a journalism student, I need to dabble in widespread knowledge.' -- GOOD. THIS ONE IS MUCH BETTER NOW. ADDING THE WORD 'JOURNALISM' MAKES IT UNDERSTANDABLE WHY THIS TYPE OF STUDENT MAY NEED TO ACQUIRE A WIDE RANGE OF KNOWLEDGE.

'I tried to integrate knowledge gained from reading, listening, and doing into a best way of learning.' -- HERE THE PROBLEM IS THAT 'READING, LISTENING, DOING' SHOULD BE GIVENS, THAT IS, YOU SHOULD EXPECT YOUR READER TO KNOW THIS AND THERE IS NO REASON TO STATE THEM. AFTER ALL, WHAT OTHER WAYS ARE THERE OF GAINING ACADEMIC KNOWLEDGE? THIS IS CALLED THE 'REALITY PRINCIPLE': YOU MUST KNOW WHAT YOUR AUDIENCE ALREADY KNOWS. TRY SOMETHING LIKE:

Through research, I tried to ascertain the best way of learning [a language].'

'What is the best approach to improve the level of English depends on reading textbooks, training listening and writing articles.' -- THIS IS MORE CONVOLUTED THAN YOUR FIRST EFFORT AND DOES NOT SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF THE SEEMINGLY ARBITRARY SELECTION OF TECHNIQUES. WHAT ABOUT SPEAKING, WRITING, TAKING CLASSES, TRAVEL? THIS IS CALLED THE 'HONESTY PRINCIPLE': YOU MUST ASSURE THE BELIEVABILITY OF ANY ASSERTION. TRY SOMETHING LIKE:

'The best approach to improving one's English includes text study, listening practice, composition, along with many other techniques.'
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