- Hi Nastaran, THINK in English, TALK in English, READ an English book. The third one is the best because when u start reading in English ( I am not talkingMessage 1 of 2 , Aug 31, 2009View Source
Hi Nastaran,THINK in English, TALK in English, READ an English book. The third one is the best because when u start reading in English ( I am not talking about the hard books like psychology or philosophy ones, just a simple novel ) the conversations through the book are so useful for talking. In my opinion when u want to speak in English, the problem is that u can't find a word or u don't know whether the grammar or the structure of the sentence is right ,that makes u not so comfortable to speak. therefore; my suggestion to u is to pay attention and focus on the way the book is written and the conversations of the people in the book. ( movies are not as helpful as books, believe me ;) )Regards,Niloufar Iranmanesh
--- On Sat, 8/29/09, nastron doroud <nastrooon@...> wrote:
From: nastron doroud <nastrooon@...>
Subject: [E4P] I want your help!
Date: Saturday, August 29, 2009, 9:00 AM
I hope you all be fine.
My name is Nastaran, and I am an Upper-intermediate English Learner. Recently I’ve decided to do an IELTS exam, so I started going to classes for IELTS. I had been hopeful, but the thing is I was totally discouraged after starting classes. The Reading part was really challenging, I don’t thing that I’d be good at Speaking.
Actually I don’t know what to do, I know that I must try but sometimes I feel that practicing cannot change anything.
My exam is going to be on December, but I think it’s better for me to put it off.
I’d welcome any advices, please help me.
Thank you for your time in advance,