Can I get a day schedule for practise English and be fluent in English?

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tiffy 7330
It all depends on you. Just make it sure you incorporate an hour or two to learn more about the English language.

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It also depends on what you practice - if you keep learning vocabulary, for example, without much practice, you may not achieve excellent results. You should combine resources and methods. I suggest you try Capego  or eslcourses  for improving listening and spelling, and Saundz for pronunciation practice. If you combine these resources with practicing grammar from a grammar book such as Oxford, you should be able to improve your skills. If you stick to 1 hour a day long enough, I believe you'd become fluent. 

Good luck!

 

 

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