invisible wrote:When you can speak, you can write, but not sure in return.
Ayda wrote:Hi Pirate and everyone here,
What I write here is my point of view, so it is not exactly the right or the perfect thing, but it what I believe in and what I think is right. Therefore, if anyone don’t agree with me on that it’s okay, and it will be my pleaser to know her/ his point of view.
I think all those skills are equal in the matter of importance. I believe that all of them are joined together. To make what I say clear let say that I want to improve my speaking, to know or to have an idea of the right way of speaking. In a way to be able to communicate with other easily. Therefore, I will have to improve my listening comprehension skills, to know how are the fluent people talk, so I will be able to talk fluently as well. Moreover, I will have to improve my reading skill as well, because to speak correctly I got to know the right tenses and the right words to say what I want to tell. So to be good at that I have to improve my reading skill as well my listening comprehension. Because I can learn about the tenses and the right words from books as well from teachers. Nevertheless, to be good in my writing I got to be good in all of those. Because when I write I express my opinions and what I feel about something so I got to be good in speaking, reading and listening as well.
As we can see all of those skills are liked to each other, to improve one of them you got to improve the other as well. That why I believe that if, anyone wants to improve her/ his English or any other languages have to improve all those skills combined.
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