Word Wangling is a collection of fun word games to help you look for patterns, shapes and relationships between letters and words.

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hello i am new ,i am learning English course Cambridge south Sudan so i need helping how can i in prove my language thanks

Hello kush1,

I'd suggest you work through some episodes of the Elementary Podcasts. Start with series 3 episode 1. First, listen to the one or two sections of the podcast, and then read the transcript (under Instructions & downloads) as you listen. Then work through the exercises that correspond to the sections you've listened to.

To work on improving your pronunciation and fluency, choose some useful phrases from what you've listened to and imitate their pronunciation - repeat those words and phrases many times. Pronounce whole phrases, not just words, because the pronunciation of words in English varies to some degree according to context. Repeat these phrases until they're relatively easy to say. Write down new words and phrases in a notebook so that you can review them.

In this way, you'll build up a list of words and phrases that you'll be able to use in your speaking. If you can practise speaking English with other people who speak it well (they don't have to be natives), that will also help you a great deal.

Good luck!

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

hiHello, I am a Chinese girl, I do not know how I learn here, hoping to get help

Hi jingjingwu,

Welcome to LearnEnglish! There is no set sequence for using the site, and you are welcome to use it in any way you wish. I would suggest that you take some time to explore the site using the menu along the top (Home, Listen&Watch, etc.). When you find something interesting, start using it!

Many of our users have told us that they've learned a lot from Word on the Street and the Elementary Podcasts. Both of these have transcripts, which can help you understand what you listen to, as well as exercises that go with each episode. If you do this, I'd suggest you listen to each episode several times, taking note of words and phrases that you don't know well and which you would like to learn. Repeat them to yourself and compare your pronunciation to what you hear, and then repeat them again until you feel comfortable saying them. In this way, you'll build up a repertoire of phrases that you'll better understand and use in your own speaking and writing.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi dr..I am hazy..what is your good name...?

What is the word for?
a home on weels>?
a woolen jacket?
a chewy sweet?

my first game

how does i find answer..?

Hello mukulpgoswami,

Can you tell us which game you are playing?  For some, you can check your answers with the 'Check answers' button; for others, you will know when the answer is correct in other ways.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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