by the way..這是我第一次使用知識，我怕麻煩，也不愛打字，但我真的很想得到解答....thank u....
- 2 decades agoFavorite Answer
2005-11-08 09:13:46 補充：
gd job ppl,setting up good examples.Yea,a way to learn english is 2 use it as often as possible,knowing that most ppl do not live in an complete english environment and english is not ur native language,u should speak up,using english.it's normal if u have a rocky start,it'll get better.
2005-11-08 09:14:44 補充：
btw,i think some ppl here should really check ur grammar b4 u point at others,i'm sorry to say tt.
ps,thx to chiate^^Source(s): 自己
- Anonymous2 decades ago
2005-11-13 03:19:14 補充：
- meowwwwwwwLv 72 decades ago
2005-11-09 03:39:06 補充：
If the thread starter is not that well versed in English, wouldn't messages in Chinese be of more help to them?
2005-11-22 15:16:15 補充：
- LindaLv 62 decades ago
I am confident to say that what I post here is what I use for English improvement.
I study English all by myself. There is no shortcut for studying any language. I try to use it as often as possible ( I use it everyday, because I am living overseas. ) and try to input the right materials, digest it and try to apply it whenever I have the chance.
I do not think that living overseas will really help you English ability a lot. Some people go out with Asians all the time, and some people just do not put that much effort into it. Please believe that you can study English well in Taiwan as well, and do not be afraid to make mistakes. You do not look like a native speaker anyway.
There are 2 directions: one is to improve the academic performance, which is the way you have to do in Taiwan ( I like to call it the basic work ), and another one is to improve the conversation. You just need to keep doing these 2 and sometimes you will feel the progress by yourself.
By the way, I am not a student here and I am not young. See, I am still learning.Source(s): myself
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- bcLv 72 decades ago
In addition to helping others, I actually do it to help improve my Chinese, for I rarely speak, read or write it for twenty some years. The key to learning a language is nothing more than to live with it as much as you can. If you make a point to learn something everyday, you will make great improvement. Even just to go through some of the questions and answers here will help you a lot. Be careful though, not all the answers are correct. Actually, after a while, you will know whose answers to trust. Good luck!Sorry for using English. I can't type Chinese, yet.
2005-11-08 05:38:30 補充：
for example, you could read answers from ~小社~. they look pretty good!