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Who I am.......

by Pamal
(Colombo,Sri Lanka )

I am Pamal De Seram from Sri Lanka. I suffering with my poor knowledge of English. So, suddenly I met this club. I don't know how to start this. But I have tried several times to improve my knowledge. Unfortunately, I was unable to continue. Now I am 25, so I need to be professional English speaker as soon as possible,because country like Sri Lanka English is essential. So, please educate me ho to start this. Hope your reply soon.
Pamal De Seram,
Thanks and Best regards.

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Aug 29, 2016
Welcome to My English Club Pamal!
by: Lucia

Hi Pamal,

Your wish to improve your English is commendable and, as I commented in the Disqus threads, we shall have a group of students dedicated to reading and learning in a collaborative manner once I resume my work as a teacher in September.

Until then, I recommend that you read a lot and possibly even write a paragraph or two every day. This could be about yourself or about ideas you have to share. Use these comment forms available on the website to tell us more about what you do in Sri Lanka and what exactly is it that you need to learn English for. This way I can make better suggestions for a good start in your learning process.

Great to hear from you,

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