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Practice Our Spoken English

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Transcript:

Hello, I'm Robbie! Thank you for joining this group. I made a new activity to practice our spoken English. If you're comfortable speaking or recording your voice, why not share it here!

Practicing speaking this language develops our self-confidence and improves our personality. Let's help each other correct our pronunciation and exchange some tips to enhance our spoken English.

I'll try to post news articles from MyEC as our guide, as well as various topics that we can talk about. 

So what are you waiting for? Start recording and make an introduction. Let your voices be heard! Stay tuned for the news recording.

Thank you for listening. Good bye for now!

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You can record your news using your computer or download a recording app such as Audacity and Lame (which I'm currently using), then upload your file on here using the paperclip icon in the comment section.

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You may upload your recordings from your computer files to Audioboom which has now improved its site. And later share the links here if the embed code isn't working well.

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  • Next have a nice day !!!

  • Hello everyone , How are you ? I hope everything is ok with .

    My name's G study . I come from Dakar, Senegal. 

    I really love English and I want to be an English teacher one day . 

    In addition Here is my Skype :G study . So can you help me to improve my English skills ? I hope so .

  • Robbie, 

    First of all, Sorry for the delay. I am a bit busy in my life. 

    Yea, I heard this " What are you up to lately? ". This is new to me. 

    Nice sentence: Gain a wealth of vocabulary. 

    We, the students are healthy as long as you, the teachers, moderators and other learners are active.

    Thanks for explaining in detail.

    Yes, I am reading the topics and getting the things slowly. 

    Have a wonderful day!

  • 'What are you up to lately, Shekhar?'. This is another phrase when you want to ask a friend if you haven't seen him or her for quite some time.

    By the way, the two phrases you mentioned are also correct. The first one is a little bit general in usage because we could refer whether about life, career, or a certain project or activity. While the second one could be specific.

    Keep reading every topic you like in English and you'd develop your reading skills as well as gain a wealth of vocabulary.

    Happy learning! :)

  • Thank you Robbie.
    I am using "How have you been (these days) ?" In my English.

    I hope I will improve my English by reading all the stuff here.

    How about these expressions 
    "How's it going on ?"

    How're you doing ?

  • Hi, Shekhar!

    Welcome to the group and thanks for joining. Learning English is really fun and inspiring especially if you incorporate it in your hobbies or activities.

    With regards to the phrase you're asking. You could say 'How's life?' or "How have you been?' in substitute for 'How are you?'.

    Wishing you a meaningful time on MyEC!

    Robbie :) 

  • I'm very happy to join in English room.

    I like English very much.I'd like to learn and improve my English.

    According to me, Learning English is like a fun and pleasant.For me, over seaEnglish always gives me confidence and communicate with different types of people from the world.

    My English level is elementary.So please correct me.

    Please clarify this phrase 

    "How does/goes life?" which is the substitution of "How are you?"

    Thanks in advance.

  • I'm very happy to join in English room.

    I like English very much.I'd like to learn and improve my English.

    According to me, Learning English is like a fun and pleasant.For me, over seaEnglish always gives me confidence and communicate with different types of people from the world.

    My English level is elementary.So please correct me.

    Please clarify this phrase 

    "How does/goes life?" which is the substitution of "How are you?"

    Thanks in advance.

  • I want to practice English through skype and this my ID sala7oob

  • Hi,
    I want to speak through skype to increase English skill, my skype ID is : ( itosoft.mamun )
    If someone interested please add me.
    Thank you,

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