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Message de manon63 posté le 12-04-2012 à 16:24:10 (S | E | F)
je dois rendre une expression en anglais, j'aimerais que vous m'aidiez à corriger les erreurs
Merci pour vos réponses....
At junior high school I was in a european class, with a very good teacher. I have been in england two times and I used to talk to my english families, it was such a good experience to learn the intonation and their way of leaving.
So I think I had a good nivel when I was 15 years old…
Then at high school i think there wasn°t enough lesson, and my nivel was bad.
For this reason, to improve my english, I sometimes watch american series like friends with subtitling and then without. The more I watch the more I understand without reading, besides I realise that there were faults in subtitling!
But I don°t watch more than 2 episode because it°s difficult to concentrate for a long time.
Then, as soon as I discover a new english song I like, I try to understand the lyrics, and then I look at the translation.
Recently I was in Venice for one week and I realised all the inhabitants speak english, and have a very good accent, and I°ve realised that I could have an english conversation.
This year I had to sit the toeic exam. I°ve taken 6hours of particular lesson. The teacher learnt me lot of vocabulary and grammar. During one month, every Saturday morning I listened to record of old test and I tried to answer question.
To conclude, I think the particular lesson was the more instructive, but it°s too expensive. In any case, from my point of view, the best way to learn and to enjoy is to watch American serie.
I°ve obtain 655 at the toeic, and according to the result i°m good to understand spoken text, grammar, but less good for vocabulary and I think I°m bad to express.
I°m going to find someone who want to discuss with me, it will enable me to improve my vocabulary and expression
Modifié par lucile83 le 12-04-2012 17:14
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