I have taught English for over 7 years and host two English podcasts. I am always interested in what struggles or problems English learners have when learning English. Please let me know what struggles you have and I will try to comment below with ways to fix it. Ask me anything.
Hi Ron, firstly I want to thank you for opening such a nice thread. You are really appreciated.
Can you give me suggestion regarding English fluency in English speaking? I really need to be fluent in English but since I do not have anyone known to talk in English with, I am badly struggling in this case. Waiting for your suggestion.
lastly, can I have your skype ID please or would you kindly add me on skype ? My skyep name: IZ Djoy
Hi, I always have the worst problems when I talk about my past, because I never know when to use ,,have been/have had'' or just ,,was/had''. I try to learn this from many textbooks again and again, but I still don't understand it and it is still difficult for me to think quickly what to use while talking... Thank you for any help.
Hi, I am a new member I have been learning English for a long time and I try to practice it almost every day, but I cant speak English very well,and most of time I make a lot of mistake when I am talking to a native they can understand me but when they are talking it is difficult for me to understand them. How can I make less my problem and how can improve my speaking. Best regard
The best way to improve your writing is by reading fiction books. The more you read fiction novels the better your writing will get. Your brain automatically learns how to write from reading those types of books. I recommend starting with teen novels. Try R.L Stine Fear Street series, or Hardy Boys. I found this great article on the web that helps explain when to insert a, or an. Enjoy! http://www.wikihow.com/Use-%22A%22-and-%22An%22-Correctly