1.1 TIME FOR A CHAT: An advice forum message (writing)

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Question English
Answer English

Show you identify with the problem
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I know exactly how you feel because I'm in a similar situation... and also struggle to find opportunities to practise my spoken English

Give advice referring to personal experience
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I know a really great idea which has really helped me. It's called 'shadowing'

Say where to get more information
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You find a short video which has the words on the screen at the same time... or you can find some good English video podcasts with the script under them.

Sign off and wish the person luck
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Hope that helps. Good luck.

You just have to make some research [ww=wrong word]
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You just have to do some research

There are a lot of opportunities to practise speaking on internet [gr=grammar]
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There are a lot of opportunities to practise speaking on the internet

You can found them by searching for practise speaking English online free [v=verb]
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You can find them by searching for practise speaking English online free

Be careful, some arent really free! [p=punctuation]
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Be careful, some aren't really free.

it's good for practise and for getting more confidence. [sp=spelling]
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it's good for practice...
practise British English, practice American English

I also liked very much meeting new people [wo=word order]
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I also liked meeting new people very much.

I wish you the best success in your future endeavours! [st=style]
A euphemistic corporate term used in farewell emails, most notably to indicate to the entire company someone's ass got fired.
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I wish you good luck (for the future)!


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