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HAFIZ: Why you decided to learn English, and what you need English for?

KAMAL: Mainly, I decided to learn English to get a lucrative job, but now I am infatuated with it. I have made it (learning English) into my passion and spending my every second to be skilled in it.

HAFIZ: That's cool! Something I'm also really curious about is this: What is the most difficult part of learning English for you?

KAMAL: As far as I am concerned, I think it's the spoken part. Because, if you can speak about anything in any newly-learned language without getting stuck, you can do better in your written part easily.

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HasibrahmanWhy you decided to learn English, and what you need English for?

Make a note to yourself. You need to learn how to form a question in English.

You decided to learn English. --- statement form
Did you decide to learn English? --- yes-no question form
[When/Where/Why/How] did you decide to learn English? --- wh- question form (other than 'who' and 'what' questions)

You need English for (something). --- statement
Do you need English for (something)? --- yes-no question form
something = what?
What do you need English for? --- 'what' question.

CJ

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HAFIZ: Why you decided to learn English, and what you need English for?

KAMAL: Mainly, I decided to learn English to get a lucrative job, but now I am infatuated with it. I have made it (learning English) into my passion and spending my every second to be skilled in it.

HAFIZ: That's cool! Something I'm also really curious about is this: What is the most difficult part of learning English for you?

KAMAL: As far as I am concerned, I think it's the spoken part. Because, if you can speak about anything in any newly-learned language without getting stuck, you can do better in your written part easily.


Here's my version for your comparison. You'll notice that there aren't a lot of changes. I've just changed a few words and made it slightly more conversational.

HAFIZ: Why did you decide to learn English? What do you need English for?

KAMAL: At first I decided to learn English to get a good job, but now I've become infatuated with it. I've made it my first priority, and I'm spending every second on it because I want to be really proficient at it.

HAFIZ: That's cool! Something I'm also really curious about is this: What is the most difficult part of learning English for you?

KAMAL: I find it's the spoken part that's most difficult. But it's worth learning to speak it well because if you can speak on any topic without getting stuck, it's a lot easier to do well on the written part.

CJ

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