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On va encore se faire epingler parce qu'on ecrit en francais... Je suis cachee, aux E-U, bien cachee... I have a friend who will be moving to Singapore within a few months. She's from Taiwan. Any advice?
post #92 of 119
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I have a friend who will be moving to Singapore within a few months. She's from Taiwan. Any advice?
I don't know how Singapore compares to Taiwan (never been to Taiwan). So it's hard to know what kind of information would be relevant/useful.
post #93 of 119
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Il faudrait ajouter un forum francophone pourquoi qu'ernest puisse s'exprimer plus facilement. Au fait, ou es-tu aux Etats-Unis ?
I want to improve my English not French.
post #94 of 119
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Do you think my English is getting better?
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for 180 hours paid at 99% by state. Please tell me if you see an improvement in my english after 1/2/3 weeks. I could wear from time to time some of my new shirts and suits .? Thanks
10 months later I feel more confortable but when i read my old messages I don't see so much differences...
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But at least your johnson is larger than average in the largest average country. Clearly you do not have enough time on (in?) your hands.
post #97 of 119
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10 months later I feel more confortable but when i read my old messages I don't see so much differences...
how is your spoken english ernest?
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(ernest @ June 07 2005,19:42) 10 months later I feel more confortable but when i read my old messages I don't see so much differences...
how is your spoken english ernest?
Oral
post #99 of 119
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(m@T @ June 08 2005,22:31)
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Originally Posted by ernest,June 07 2005,19:42
10 months later I feel more confortable but when i read my old messages I don't see so much differences...
how is your spoken english ernest?
Oral
Improvement.
post #100 of 119
ok try again... how good are your skills in speaking orally in English? Are they better than a year ago because of this class?
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ok try again... how good are your skills in speaking orally in English? Are they better than a year ago because of this class?
Of course. They can not be worse. But i guess my spoken language (so pronouncation and hearing) are always been correct. May problem was rather to get more fluency by learning new words.
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But i guess my spoken language (so pronouncation and hearing) are always been correct.
is correct. sujet est singular.
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But i guess my spoken language (so pronouncation and hearing) are always been correct.
Then you are to be commended. I know very few French people with a decent accent in English.
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sat in a briefing in toulouse the other week and the speaker said we had two choices of frequency in which to listen to his presentation...HF and VHF...puzzled looks..."you have eet in high french accent or you can have eet in very high french accent"
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(ernest @ June 09 2005,12:04) But i guess my spoken language (so pronouncation and hearing) are always been correct.
Then you are to be commended.  I know very few French people with a decent accent in English.
I wasn't talking only about the accent but about the fluency and the ability to be understood. When i write a message, i don't translate anything but think in English. I don't neither spend my time checking every words and i rarely use a dictionnary. For all these reasons, my spoken English is not worse than my writen one. If i was using a dictionnary for every words and spending 30 minutes on each messages i post, my spoken English coudn't be good.
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