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Postby sinistaBG » Tue Jan 06, 2009 3:01 am

I have a little, tiny tip for ye, watch movies in English without subtitles, thats how i learned it mainly... I owe a big one to Cartoon Network :mrgreen:
I spent lots of years watching such shows (including MTV).
I don't know grammar either, but i think eleven years of english are enough, i'm not trying to learn it as a foreign language, but more like... how do I say it, bulgarian is my native, so I wanna learn english as a native one too.
And another tip: find yourself a dictionary (use it when you don't know a word to find out what it means and remember it).

P.S. So maybe I make mistakes, which, I can't recognise, so please correct me. :)
P.S. With a little bit of a luck I might be able to learn Nihon(Japanese) and put in in my collecion of native languages. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Postby Kaelen » Tue May 12, 2009 7:06 am

Immerse yourself in English as much as possible and remember that English has a lot less tenses than the romance languages. If your typing something, most experienced English speakers can guess what your trying to say.

You asked about prepositions. Prepositions is a relationship word, it shows the relationship between the subject and the prepositional phrase.


I throw the ball into the hoop.

"into the hoop" is a prepositional phrase. Prepositions are any relationship word with an object.

into the hoop
onto the hoop
in the hoop
outside the hoop
within the hoop
with my friends

Hope that helped.

just don't forget less tenses.

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