Simon talks about how he managed to learn five to six different languages in a fun and easy way.

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Hi,
This is really meaningful experience in learning languages. Honestly, I haven't been having a lot of time to attend classes, and they are not affordable for me too. By the way, I've apply this tips to learn English beforehand but I'm still not decent as I hoped during last 2 years since started English. However, after learning this topic, I believe myself more and my faith is also enhanced. I will try my best erfort maintaning learning English consistently.
Please help me correct my comment, I am genuinly receive it.
sincerely,
Sambala

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Kirk
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I am new in this wonderful place, I want to improve in my English skills, I hope learn as I can as possible. Thank you British Council. If somebody want to correct my writing, It will be great for me.

Hello jannis,

Welcome to LearnEnglish! The best place to start is our Help section, which has useful information on using the site and on learning English most effectively. You should also take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions page, which has advice on specific aspects of learning English.

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Peter

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Thank you so much for your comments. I rally appreciate them, and I will take your advice right now.

I agrred the article written that a great way to learning language is discussions with people

Choosing a concrete theme or topic which is interesting to you make learning language much easier. For instance, I'm a big fan of formula 1 racing and I've watched every Grand Prix since 1992. From this year I decided to watch formula 1 in English on SkyTV to enhance my language skills. Till then I've already got a lot of knowledge of formula 1 world in my native Russian language, so switching the language didn't make any troubles for me.

Yes definately, interacting with others and watching local programs will help to improve the efficiency of language. It helps in usage of words in right context.

In my opinion both ways are needed. The only way to domain something is practice, practice and more practice, so you need communicate with people, listening them and asking them. If you need to know something or to get some information your mind will be very receptive and then the learning will more efficiency. But... In the other hand if you want to improve your use of the language in a more accurate and rightly way you need to study its grammar rules.
Really this is the way with your natal language, you are always surround by your natal language, but in the school you learn how to use more accurately, rightly and in a beauty way.

Hello every one;
My name is Malek, from syria - aleppo
I am 29 years old; Man
I forward to learn English but iI have on one to speak with him.

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