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1 Help the Dutch guy pass his exams ;) on May 11th 2011, 3:37 pm

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My first exams English start right now, and my teacher told me to practice a lot to English, like watch movies without subtitles or something. Of course JK has the best practice you can get, talk to English people every day.

Now I wanted to ask you something. Probably not everything what I say is correct English. And I know you don't have a problem with that because you know I'm not English and you can understand what I say. But from now on, please tell me when i say something wrong. If you read something that is not correct English, say what it has to be. Everything. If it's grammar, style, if i spell something wrong, anything. Because I want to get better at English in the following 2 years when I have to do exams.

And then I will probably finish with a 8 to 8.5 out of 10 on my exam.
Over there, 7-8/10 is a B, and 9-10/10 is an A, so I think a 8.5/10 is pretty good, far above avarage in this country. :D

doei. :Netherlands:



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2 Re: Help the Dutch guy pass his exams ;) on May 11th 2011, 4:37 pm

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alright but not all of us are that great with english either lol

3 Re: Help the Dutch guy pass his exams ;) on May 11th 2011, 4:48 pm

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i can help you out bud. I am usually pretty good and also anal about how people speak, so if you really want me to i can help you out.



4 Re: Help the Dutch guy pass his exams ;) on May 11th 2011, 4:52 pm

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More than happy to Jet. I actually had a year in English Composition & Grammar, so I'll be happy to hook you up.
btw - I VERY seldom see any errors in your English here. Very Happy



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5 Re: Help the Dutch guy pass his exams ;) on May 11th 2011, 5:48 pm

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lol ill try to help too Very Happy

6 Re: Help the Dutch guy pass his exams ;) on May 12th 2011, 2:24 am

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U&V~Jet King wrote:My first exams English start right now, and my teacher told me to practice a lot to English, like watch movies without subtitles or something. Of course JK has the best practice you can get, talk to English people every day.

Now I wanted to ask you something. Probably not everything what I say is correct English. And I know you don't have a problem with that because you know I'm not English and you can understand what I say. But from now on, please tell me when i say something wrong. If you read something that is not correct English, say what it has to be. Everything. If it's grammar, style, if i spell something wrong, anything. Because I want to get better at English in the following 2 years when I have to do exams.

And then I will probably finish with a 8 to 8.5 out of 10 on my exam.
Over there, 7-8/10 is a B, and 9-10/10 is an A, so I think a 8.5/10 is pretty good, far above avarage in this country. :D

doei. :Netherlands:


My first English exams start right now, and my teacher told me to practice a lot of English, like watch movies without subtitles or something. Of course JK has the best practice you can get, talk to English speaking people every day.

Now I wanted to ask you something. Probably not everything that I say is correct English. And I know you don't have a problem with that because you know I'm not English and you can understand what I say. But from now on, please tell me when i say something wrong. If you read something that is not correct English, say what it has to be. Everything. If it's grammar, style, if i spell something wrong, anything. Because I want to get better at English in the following 2 years when I have to do exams.

Your English is really good JK. You'll do great on your exams.

7 Re: Help the Dutch guy pass his exams ;) on May 12th 2011, 10:11 am

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Sure thing man ill do what i can.



8 Re: Help the Dutch guy pass his exams ;) on May 12th 2011, 11:21 am

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U&V~aeSop wrote:
U&V~Jet King wrote:My first exams English start right now, and my teacher told me to practice a lot to English, like watch movies without subtitles or something. Of course JK has the best practice you can get, talk to English people every day.

Now I wanted to ask you something. Probably not everything what I say is correct English. And I know you don't have a problem with that because you know I'm not English and you can understand what I say. But from now on, please tell me when i say something wrong. If you read something that is not correct English, say what it has to be. Everything. If it's grammar, style, if i spell something wrong, anything. Because I want to get better at English in the following 2 years when I have to do exams.

And then I will probably finish with a 8 to 8.5 out of 10 on my exam.
Over there, 7-8/10 is a B, and 9-10/10 is an A, so I think a 8.5/10 is pretty good, far above avarage in this country. :D

doei. :Netherlands:


My first English exams start right now, and my teacher told me to practice a lot of English, like watch movies without subtitles or something. Of course JK has the best practice you can get, talk to English speaking people every day.

Now I wanted to ask you something. Probably not everything that I say is correct English. And I know you don't have a problem with that because you know I'm not English and you can understand what I say. But from now on, please tell me when i say something wrong. If you read something that is not correct English, say what it has to be. Everything. If it's grammar, style, if i spell something wrong, anything. Because I want to get better at English in the following 2 years when I have to do exams.

Your English is really good JK. You'll do great on your exams.

So this is what i want to see Wink

I know I'll do good, I'm above avarage in my class.

I think that's because all games I play(ed) are in English... When I played games on my ps2 years ago I didn't have the translation of any word on the game, but I learned what it meant because I can see what it is. And that is better than just translating. Talking about games in english is actually easier than in Dutch.

And of course, last year I learned a lot in this clan Wink



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9 Re: Help the Dutch guy pass his exams ;) on May 12th 2011, 1:38 pm

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If you want to speak/type PROPER English just do the EXACT OPPOSITE of what I say or do violent41 :signflags45: signflags5



10 Re: Help the Dutch guy pass his exams ;) on May 12th 2011, 1:42 pm

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U&V~BL!TZ wrote:If you want to speak/type PROPER English just do the EXACT OPPOSITE of what I say or do violent41 :signflags45: signflags5

lol signflags28



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