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.

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Hi there, Can you explain the grammatical reason for the use of "If i were" instead of "If I was".
Thanks in advance.

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Hi teacher :)

I have a question. I am reading the listed topics of writing essay and wondering. Some of them are set in the form of question, right? For example, 'how you would spend a million dollars.' I wonder why they don't add question mark in the end of the sentence? and change the position of 'would', which should be added before 'you'?

Or is it not a question? and what else it shoule be called? affirmative?

Thank you in advance :)

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hi can you help me to transfer a verb to a noun and adjective and adverb

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Hi, I also want to study English. But I found that I have no courage to chat with others. Because sometime I can not undestand their meaning. I think the fast ways to lean English is just to speak it, but I found I have no chance to do it. Can you help me?

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i'm nesrin i have 17 year.the next year i will pass my B.A.C and i am so afraid can you help me ......... what will i do in this year ( can you give me the lesson of the English

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the biggest problem to me is speaking, I'm a good listener I understand almost everything, but when I try to speak sometimes I find problems

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I live in England, but I have been taking the struggles with English tenses. I have been arrived to Great Britain approximately 4 years ago but I had little practice with this language before coming here. I was studied only 2 months during English course.

After coming to England, I needed to learn everything from the beginning (because I had 1 year break what was causing by my studies at Poland).

Currently I try to read everything what I can find; it is doesn't matter on which topic and develop my language's skills by learning new words, phrase and idioms. I try to undrestand it firstly by context.

But unfortunately I make a lot of mistakes with the grammar. I will be grateful for any explanation of the tenses of past. I appreciate your help and I would like to express my gratitude for it. Thank you

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Hi i am a teacher and right now i am trying to teach english to some village students. So can you plz help me from where i should start? I  have 2 months for this..

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please help me i want to speak fluently english i don't propare communication

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My worst problem is with my listening. I mean, with long sentences or sometimes in conversations, there is a moment that seems like I can't understand as much as at the beginning. The other common problem is with words quite similar in my first language but with different pronunciation, it happens very often, for example, with medical terms.

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I have a problem with irregular verbs .what can I do?

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