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gemniflora - 01/11/2009 08:37 PM
#21

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Original Posted By dwaynewade#1
use english almost everytime! in writing, typing, and speaking D


Somehow I already did.. thanks for the advice.
sigitpramono - 05/11/2009 04:15 PM
#22
english
may i join this forum?
axel_ach - 05/11/2009 10:27 PM
#23

I try to join English class with native speaker, hope my conversation will be improve \)
aokfi - 06/11/2009 01:38 PM
#24

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Original Posted By bhre_Z
Visit antimoon.com

You will find a lot of good articles on learning English there. Read them and follow their advice. Do the work! Practice! Practice! Practice! No Pain No Gain!

DDD Peace:


Thanks for your sugestion.
Leon Magnus - 07/11/2009 07:30 PM
#25

I have the same problem...
My conversation skill is very bad....

consider taking a conversation class with native...
but the price is very expensive
conan365 - 08/11/2009 07:44 PM
#26

Problem when practicing with peers are: no body to correct our errors. Especially when they are on the same level than ourselves.

With no one to review our mistakes, we are doom to repeat them again and again until suddenly it becomes a habit.

Then it will take longer to undo the learning.
verydiaz - 09/11/2009 07:32 PM
#27

ur english is better than meD, but I usually watch DVD without subtitle to improve my englishbeer:
brightspot - 09/11/2009 08:39 PM
#28

Watching movies without subtitle, writting daily journals, speaking english everyday (especially with your friends and family), and praying in english if you're a christian. I got these tips when I was in high school; I had the same problem with you back then, huhu. D
gemniflora - 10/11/2009 03:48 AM
#29

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Original Posted By sigitpramono
may i join this forum?

Yes, of course... nice to have you.

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Original Posted By Leon Magnus
I have the same problem...
My conversation skill is very bad....
consider taking a conversation class with native...
but the price is very expensive

Yes, that seems to be everybody's problem...but you'll get them for free if you are working for or with one.

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Original Posted By conan365
Problem when practicing with peers are: no body to correct our errors. Especially when they are on the same level than ourselves.
With no one to review our mistakes, we are doom to repeat them again and again until suddenly it becomes a habit.
Then it will take longer to undo the learning.


Thanks, I will remember that. I should ask my boss to correct me when I'm making errors.

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Original Posted By brightspot
Watching movies without subtitle, writting daily journals, speaking english everyday (especially with your friends and family), and praying in english if you're a christian. I got these tips when I was in high school; I had the same problem with you back then, huhu. D


Praying in English..hmmm, good idea!! Thanks...
yapheii - 10/11/2009 12:18 PM
#30

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Original Posted By putaw92
watch a movie! buut.. do not read the subtitle, or turn off the subtitle.. \) iloveindonesiailoveindonesiailoveindonesia


this one is really workin for me .\)
try it \)
goodluck beer:
phookeymac - 11/11/2009 05:41 PM
#31

all you have to do is practice! iloveindonesia
si_bolank - 15/11/2009 10:01 PM
#32

All you have to do is stay in UK or US for at least 6-12 months Peace:
TekTekOut - 15/11/2009 10:09 PM
#33

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Original Posted By si_bolank
All you have to do is stay in UK or US for at least 6-12 months Peace:

how bout phonesex with foreigner ..just kidding Peace:
si_bolank - 15/11/2009 10:30 PM
#34

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Original Posted By TekTekOut
how bout phonesex with foreigner ..just kidding Peace:


Yap, and the result is, you will only able to speak "oh yes and oh no" Peace:
TekTekOut - 15/11/2009 10:43 PM
#35

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Original Posted By si_bolank
Yap, and the result is, you will only able to speak "oh yes and oh no" Peace:


and one more word :OMG D
si_bolank - 15/11/2009 10:48 PM
#36

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Original Posted By TekTekOut
and one more word :OMG D


wow, you are an expert D
TekTekOut - 15/11/2009 11:07 PM
#37

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Original Posted By si_bolank
wow, you are an expert D


if i am an expert so you r the master Peace:
si_bolank - 15/11/2009 11:45 PM
#38

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Original Posted By TekTekOut
if i am an expert so you r the master Peace:


hahaha... ok, we are too far away from the topic... sorry TS.. Peace:
TekTekOut - 16/11/2009 10:22 AM
#39

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Original Posted By si_bolank
hahaha... ok, we are too far away from the topic... sorry TS.. Peace:

i am just kidding for the words i said,so for TS no hurt feeling rite
gemniflora - 16/11/2009 02:10 PM
#40

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Original Posted By si_bolank
All you have to do is stay in UK or US for at least 6-12 months Peace:


Quote:
Original Posted By TekTekOut
how bout phonesex with foreigner ..just kidding Peace:


Quote:
Original Posted By si_bolank
Yap, and the result is, you will only able to speak "oh yes and oh no" Peace:


Quote:
Original Posted By si_bolank
hahaha... ok, we are too far away from the topic... sorry TS.. Peace:


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Original Posted By TekTekOut
i am just kidding for the words i said,so for TS no hurt feeling rite


Hahaha, thanks all for joining...it's meant for it. To let everybody willingly speak to each other in English. I'm happy to have you all.
Don't worry, it's OK guys...part of being improved, right?! Besides, I could really use some silly jokes lately anyway...so, let's have fun but be sure not get away too far from the main idea... how's it sounds? deal?

Actually staying in UK would be a great step...but also require great expenses, unless...a great generous gorgeous gentleman grant me for it...malu:
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