Pronouns

 

Pronouns are words we use in the place of a full noun.

There are many different kinds of pronouns.

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does any one have skype ID so we can talk English on call, to improve english.

Hello,
Im Joanna , I like if u call me Asia :) .Im a new person here and I am so happy for this opportunity.I love speak English , it is such a great fun.Regretably I dont have possibility to speek in this language , what a shame.I have lack of in gramma and also with whriting....

Best regards for all of You people

Hi, I find difficult talking English fluently but I can type without any grammatical mistakes. I take time to think and talk. I need to talk very fast like native speaker :)

Hi Janany Prasanthan,

The key is to have patience and practise as much as possible - I'm afraid there's no quick-fix for developing fluency.  However, there are some general suggestions that I can make which will help you to improve over time.  The most important thing you can do is to speak English as often as possible.  To do this a partner is very helpful, so think about the people you know and consider if any of them could be a practice partner for you.  It may be that you know someone else who is also learning English and who would like to practise with you, or perhaps you know some people who do not speak your language but do speak English.  However, if you do not have a practice partner it does not mean that you cannot practise because it is possible to practise alone.  Just speaking English to yourself while you are at home, going about your normal daily activities, can help a great deal with your fluency and can help you to feel more confident, which will help you to cut down your hesitating.

You can also use the audio and video materials here on LearnEnglish to improve your fluency. After doing the exercises, try listening with the transcript (listening and reading). Then try saying the text yourself, and finally try saying it with (and at the same speed as) the recording. This will help you to develop speed in your speech, which is a key component of fluency.  You'll also pick up a lot of language as chunks - words which are often used together in set phrases - which you can use to communicate with less hesitation.

I hope those suggestions are helpful.

Good luck!

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

hi brother let my know how to improve my English and my speaking be fluency because in my country i don't have friend to speak... and my grammar very bad

Hi an2as,

Obviously it's ideal to have someone with whom you can practise.  However, there are things you can do even if you do not have this option.

Just speaking English to yourself while you are at home, going about your normal daily activities, can help a great deal with your fluency and can help you to feel more confident, which will help you to cut down your hesitating.

You can also use the audio and video materials here on LearnEnglish to improve your fluency. After doing the exercises, try listening with the transcript (listening and reading). Then try saying the text yourself, and finally try saying it with (and at the same speed as) the recording. This will help you to develop speed in your speech, which is a key component of fluency.  You'll also pick up a lot of language as chunks - words which are often used together in set phrases - which you can use to communicate with less hesitation.

I hope those suggestions are helpful.  Remember that frequent and regular practice is needed; you must organise your time and keep to your schedule.

Best wishes and good luck,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

how can i learn grammar,whenever i learn grammar i forget it after passing some time and also when i need to use it,plz suggest me the way i learn grammar and never forget it.
thanks
regards
samkhan

Hello Samkhan,

The key to remembering something that you learn is to use it.  You need to make sure that you first practise the language you learn and then make every effort to use it in your normal life, even if you use it talking to yourself!  This will help to activate the language and make it more firmly memorised.  As we say in English, use it or lose it!

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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