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Improving soeaking structure

Postby Morteza » Wed Mar 19, 2014 9:08 am

Hi guys
This is my first topic in here and I am really glad I am a member of this forum.
I got a problem with my English,particularly speaking.I appreciate if anyone could help me.
I have been studying English for 4 years and the last time I had a sample IELTS test my speaking was 8 band.
My problem is I think my structures and vocabs and expressions that I use are a little simple and they are far away from those which natives use .Recently,I have been listening to news and it's been very helpful .But i can't see any major changes in my structures yet.
What should I do to improve my structures and use advanced and more native-like ones?I am planning to take the IELTS in several months and I am keen on getting 9 band,especially Speaking.
Any help or suggestion is appreciated.
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Re: Improving soeaking structure

Postby neiltalkshop » Mon May 05, 2014 7:42 am

I recommend TalkShop. You may visit the website at http://www.talkshop.ph. They offer various of English communication and writing courses.
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Re: Improving speaking structure

Postby Shanna » Mon Jun 09, 2014 12:39 pm

Yes, I just found a few grammatical mistakes in your post.

My tips: watch English TV shows, movies, read English novels, newpapers; listen to English radios.

they may help you. remember, Practice makes perfect
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