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Erica Said:

How can I improve my english? any person or people who are learning english or native speakers?

We Answered:

Hey!
I'm hungarian, and my second language is English, and I wanna be an English teacher as well :)
Although, I'm only in highschool and my spelling isn't the best either.
The way I'm doing it, is that I asked for a grammar book from my English teacher, I'm reading fanfictions and books in English, watching films with english subs and dubs. Also, you should try writing short stories in English.
But the most help is that if you leave in an english speaking country, or study in English (like I do), so that'll improve your English.
Meet people on internet and talk with them, help others with their English homework (so you'll learn how to correct different stuff as well ;)), use your knowledge and learn from your mistakes :D

You can't learn languages from websites, that's for sure.

Daisy Said:

Integrated grammar exercises and worksheets online..!!?

We Answered:

Information is below.

Darrell Said:

how can I improve my english? any person or people who are learning english or native speakers?

We Answered:

My advice would be to watch English movies with subtitles in your native language. I assume by your name that you speak Spanish as your native language. I have studied Spanish for a while. By watching the movies you can see how the words you have learned are used in casual every-day conversations. Sometimes textbooks just teach direct translations, which are good to learn, but not always what the language you are learning uses. For example, I am learning Japanese, and I learned that "hontou" means "truth" and that "iie" means "no". When my friends and I are talking to each other, we say "NO!" if we hear something that we do not believe. So when talking in Japanese in conversation, I would say "iie!!". But instead of saying "NO!" they say "truth?" or "hontou?". I learned this by watching the movies.

Also, it helps to write fake dialects between fake people. That way you can practice conversation skills and go beyond the words and sentences you learn on vocab sheets. I hope that helps!

Emma Said:

What's wrong with these sentences?

We Answered:

Be sure to call Patty and him when you get to the town.
okay - HIM needs to be in the objective case. If you were to omit PATTY AND, the HIM would sound right.

One of my stupid cousins has sold his Impala.
okay - HIS refers to ONE not to COUSINS.

The football landed on the tube, damaging it.
You can't tell whether IT refers to FOOTBALL or TUBE.
-- The football, which landed on the tube, was damaged.
-- The football was damaged when it landed on the tube.
-- The tube was damaged when the football landed on it.

The doctor told her she needed to get some exercise.
okay - or insert THAT
-- The doctor told her that she needed to get some exercise.

Terry forgot the title of the book he read last week, which was weird.
WHICH shouldn't be next to WEEK
-- It was weird that Terry forgot the title of the book he read last week.
-- Terry's forgetting the title of the book he read last week was weird.

She has always liked the law, and that’s what she wants to be.
SHE doesn't want to be a LAW.
-- Since she has always liked the law, she wants to become a lawyer.
-- She has always liked the law, so she plans to study that subject.

I dropped the English class after they told me I had to write papers.
Who is THEY? no antecedent
-- I dropped the English class after my teacher [classmates, counselors] told me that I had to write papers.

When Tim and Frank fight, he never loses.
Is HE TIM or is HE FRANK?
-- When Tim and Frank fight, Frank never loses.
-- When Tim and Frank fight, Tim never loses.

Everyone likes butter on their popcorn.
Each, either, neither, and words ending in -one and -body are always singular.
-- Everyone likes butter on his popcorn.

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