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I am Shankar Giri and I am from kolkata(culcutta). I am a programmer and now I am in Cognizant. I become confused when a US client infront of me about pronouns. Please help me how can I improv myself and make own on that level.
I am from Hong Kong. Yours video is very useful and help to learn the English. Your voice and speed is clear and slow, it’s help to create the interests for watch your video, thanks for your good sharing, like!!!
Gabby you are great teacher ...the best person...thank you so much for your time your videos... Your help please what 's difference among excuse me, pardon me, I'm sorry? Thanks so much Arturo Rodríguez Colombia
An advice that i can give for those who, as me, are struggling to improve your listening, first of all you're gonna need to expand your vocabulary really big and then try to, as soon as possible, listen a few examples of sentences with the words that you learned and then start to consume native contents, and once you really got those new words, you will automatically recognize them when you listen and then will always sounds more natural on the next times.. I've been studying for 8 months and I realized that what actually makes you develop the most, is never stay for much time on your ''safe zone''
All what u saying Its correct but believe me in reall the native American they don't give u that chance to talk to them specialy if u are not American and they don't accept u with ur mistakes and end all conversation.
People dont want to make mistakes because they dont want to show their ignorance and the fact that they are learning but by doing so they are preventing themselves of progress by staying in a safe zone which may be good for casual vague interactions but limited for deeper complex conversation!!
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