• Is Thai easy or hard to learn?

    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • I am a not a native speaker of English and feel tense whene speaking in English and make stupid mistakes. What can ı do about this problem?

    Best answer: Spend time listening to native English speakers, people who are fluent and 'current' in their language usage. Speak less yourself and listen more. However, when you speak ALWAYS try to imitate those English speakers exactly rather than guess. Learn expressions and styles rather than only words. Over time,... show more
    Best answer: Spend time listening to native English speakers, people who are fluent and 'current' in their language usage. Speak less yourself and listen more. However, when you speak ALWAYS try to imitate those English speakers exactly rather than guess. Learn expressions and styles rather than only words. Over time, you will be able to imitate many different well known people and learn which style is most appropriate for each situation. This is what native English speakers do themselves, but they often do not realize they are doing this. They just do this naturally. They learn to speak by listening and imitating others. Those who are most proficient develop their own unique style and other people begin to imitate them, but even this style was learned by imitating many other people.

    You can think of it in the same way a musician learns music. They are affected by many influences until they develop their own style. Language is very similar. If at first you imitate only what others speak, you will be more confident while you are learning all of the subtle nuance and differences in meaning and pronunciation.
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is google translate reliable or how well does Google Translate work?

    Best answer: I don't find it reliable at all.
    Best answer: I don't find it reliable at all.
    6 answers · 6 hours ago
  • How would a Pilgrim say thank you?

    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • The phrase”what luck”have possitive or negative meaning?

    English speaking question
    English speaking question
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  • Is it possible to get a british accent by living in the UK?

    If you move to the UK, is it possible to get a british accent and talk in that accent without even trying? Also how long would it take?
    If you move to the UK, is it possible to get a british accent and talk in that accent without even trying? Also how long would it take?
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • What does it mean if this is said of a person?

    That they have the "ability" to "reach in and take your heart"
    That they have the "ability" to "reach in and take your heart"
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Native English speakers, is this sentence correct:?

    Best answer: "the road less traveled" is very good, but also very poetic, truly. The poet who wrote this was from the middle 20th century, and people still remember him (people who read poetry that is...), so they may think you're being very literate. It still is a good phrasing. Other phrasings are "to get... show more
    Best answer: "the road less traveled" is very good, but also very poetic, truly. The poet who wrote this was from the middle 20th century, and people still remember him (people who read poetry that is...), so they may think you're being very literate. It still is a good phrasing. Other phrasings are "to get off the beaten path" or "to get off the beaten trail", and those two show you know the American (if not British) idiom well, as they are both colloquial. Yet another word is "byway", which means 'a secondary road', not the main one. And sometimes we say "highways and byways" just to include both kinds in a very short phrase, and because the short phrase rhymes all by itself. Lots of good choices here...
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why is the Spanish language nowadays often associated with drugs, gangsters, illegal trafficing and many other crimes...?

    Is it because the most crime-infested countries in the world are Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia and many other Spanish-speaking countries.
    Is it because the most crime-infested countries in the world are Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia and many other Spanish-speaking countries.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • I m Korean learning English.?

    Best answer: My advice is: don’t get married. Only joking. 1. It’s okay to say “This is the girl whom I want to get married with.” It’s still grammatically correct. 2. Usually, you should say “who” or “whom” to refer to a person, and “that” to refer to a thing. 3. What you are saying is grammatically correct, but it’s... show more
    Best answer: My advice is: don’t get married.

    Only joking.

    1. It’s okay to say “This is the girl whom I want to get married with.” It’s still grammatically correct.

    2. Usually, you should say “who” or “whom” to refer to a person, and “that” to refer to a thing.

    3. What you are saying is grammatically correct, but it’s not normal, and it’s excessively formal and grammatical.

    Normally, people would say “This is the girl I want to marry.” No need for a relative pronoun.

    4. Next simplest would be to say “This is the girl whom I want to marry” or “This is the girl that i want to marry”. Both of these are better than the example you have given, because less complicated, and more natural.

    5. The grammatical rule in English, that you can’t end a sentence with “with”, comes from a grammatical rule in Latin but mostly in Latin you can’t end a sentence with “with”, even if you want to.

    So it’s not important to put the “with” in the beginning. You can still leave it at the end of the sentence.

    “This is the girl that I want to get married with” and “This is the girl whom I want to get married with” are both equally correct, as concerns putting “with” at the end of the sentence.

    (But it’s not correct to say “This is the girl with that I want to get married.” But it’s correct to say “This is the girl with whom I want to get married.”)

    Hope this helps!
    4 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Have i used bumped and hit correctly in these sentences?

    Best answer: A general rule is that a hit is deliberate and a bump is accidental.
    1. I raised my head and hit it on the shelf. In this one you could use hit or bumped.
    2. I bumped into the wall.
    3. I bumped my head on the wall.
    4. I bumped into him.
    Best answer: A general rule is that a hit is deliberate and a bump is accidental.
    1. I raised my head and hit it on the shelf. In this one you could use hit or bumped.
    2. I bumped into the wall.
    3. I bumped my head on the wall.
    4. I bumped into him.
    4 answers · 10 hours ago
  • What are the best reasons for learning another language? What are the worst reasons?

    Best answer: so you can talk to people that dont know english, inn bilingual nnyself and know spanish cause of being born in south annerica, if inn around sonneone that dont know english i nnight ask thenn if they know spanish and if they do i talk to thenn in spanish
    Best answer: so you can talk to people that dont know english, inn bilingual nnyself and know spanish cause of being born in south annerica, if inn around sonneone that dont know english i nnight ask thenn if they know spanish and if they do i talk to thenn in spanish
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • How do i become Alpha male? Should i learn Greek?

    Best answer: Yes, learn Greek. That will help you behave more like any of the people in "the 300" and then you will be more alpha.
    Best answer: Yes, learn Greek. That will help you behave more like any of the people in "the 300" and then you will be more alpha.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • If many people are bilingual or can speak different languages, why don’t they try to reach out and help poorer countries?

    I notice many people speak Hindi, or Spanish that live in the United States and they have money. But how come people can’t try to help others in their native country to get out of poverty. For example, my family only speaks English and are from America. So we can’t help or reach poorer Spanish speaking countries or... show more
    I notice many people speak Hindi, or Spanish that live in the United States and they have money. But how come people can’t try to help others in their native country to get out of poverty. For example, my family only speaks English and are from America. So we can’t help or reach poorer Spanish speaking countries or India because we can’t speak their language.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Learning Spanish?

    I'm Mexican but my parents never taught me Spanish and I want to learn my question is, What is the best way to learn? Do I learn phrases? The individual words? Should I study the grammar and alphabet beforehand?
    I'm Mexican but my parents never taught me Spanish and I want to learn my question is, What is the best way to learn? Do I learn phrases? The individual words? Should I study the grammar and alphabet beforehand?
    4 answers · 1 day ago