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    The same as this topic.
    If anyone have any good suggestions,plz tell me.Thx^^"~
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    (Original post by MartinKit)
    The same as this topic.
    If anyone have any good suggestions,plz tell me.Thx^^"~
    i shud think that reading lots of books and some kind of essay writing might help?

    are u from abroad??
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    I recommend reading a broadsheet newspaper such as The Times everyday. Keep a dictionary with you while you read it and look up any new words you come across. This should help your Enlgish dramatically.
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    watch my fair lady

    geek
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    (Original post by !MzA!)
    watch my fair lady

    geek
    Perhaps not!
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    i don't know man. I leant alot of lessons from that movie. Like don't trust the upper classes. Or any one from the south who ain't a cockney.

    I guess the geek part was kinda unneccesary but i posted a thread 4 days ago for help with my psychology coursework and no one helped now this guy wants to talk properly and everyones helping him out?!

    wheres the justice in that?
    Get a life and read some books, watch Melvyn Bragg if you wanna broaden your vocabulary or spend some cash on a private speech therapist.
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    I would recommend the Sun, it seems to have helped such a large proportion of the British Public
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    (Original post by MartinKit)
    The same as this topic.
    If anyone have any good suggestions,plz tell me.Thx^^"~
    and dont get confused with all the diff styles of typing on this 4rum
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    (Original post by J.S.)
    I would recommend the Sun, it seems to have helped such a large proportion of the British Public
    It depends on the type of english you wish to develop.
    If you need to know a dozen names for... parts of the body, lets say, then yes, the sun is good.
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    Yes, I come from Hk.^^"~

    And I wanted to learn English as much as I can,No matter what kind it was,I just want to have good result in my A-Level
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    (Original post by MartinKit)
    Yes, I come from Hk.^^"~

    And I wanted to learn English as much as I can,No matter what kind it was,I just want to have good result in my A-Level
    Don't worry! Your English will be improved during your A-level.
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    (Original post by MartinKit)
    Yes, I come from Hk.^^"~

    And I wanted to learn English as much as I can,No matter what kind it was,I just want to have good result in my A-Level
    I come from mainland of China.)
    I will study language course in Jan 2004 and then A-LEVEL in Sep 2004.
    Your question is just what I want to ask~~~~
    Have you applied a school for your A-LEVEL?
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    BTW,I have just recevied my offer from Charterhouse School yesterday.Luckily,I got the exhibition,worth 2000 pounds.)
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    (Original post by jinsisi)
    I come from mainland of China.)
    I will study language course in Jan 2004 and then A-LEVEL in Sep 2004.
    Your question is just what I want to ask~~~~
    Have you applied a school for your A-LEVEL?
    I am also from mainland China and I'm doing A2-level now at manchester. Language course is useful but not really necessary. When you actually get on with your A-level course, you will find that you can cope with English much better than you expect. However, the English course can give you some confidence anyway. Good luck!
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    (Original post by charles)
    I am also from mainland China and I'm doing A2-level now at manchester. Language course is useful but not really necessary. When you actually get on with your A-level course, you will find that you can cope with English much better than you expect. However, the English course can give you some confidence anyway. Good luck!
    Thank you.)
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    (Original post by !MzA!)
    watch my fair lady

    geek
    LMAO 'The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain.' 'In Hartfordshire, hurricanes hardly every happen.' <--- top stuff.
    But seriously, if you really want to learn English, try and find a translated (to your native tongue) version of a German or Japanese 'how to speak english kit'. There is something of a precision with these two that can't be matched. Tis how I was taught the basics of Deutsche & Nihongo in high school. They gave us books for Japanese and Germans to learn English, with the teacher helping translate the directions for the class. Truly effective stuff.
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    i recommend frequenting UK Learning as often as u can. Lol. sounds like a brothel.
 
 
 
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