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The Weekly Idiom: Ahead of time
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Re:The Weekly Idiom: Ahead of time 15 years, 1 month ago #13

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Re:The Weekly Idiom: Ahead of time 14 years, 10 months ago #14

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hi,mr admin realy i've honnor and meanwhile i'm so happy to find a teatcher of english.belive me english not just as a foreign language i wanna stdy it but it's my concern now.with all my due respect to you mr admin i wanna be like you in english even i don't think to rish you knowleadge and your experience.
my request is:whatare they your advices to learn english and speak it fluently. please help me.because english this year will be my speciality in the coleadge.

Re:The Weekly Idiom: Ahead of time 14 years, 9 months ago #15

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Hello Sir I am 27year old.Now I am working as an accountant.I am Graduate,but I can't speak English fluently.This is my big negetive side.So,I need your help.Pls tell me how is it possible within two month I can speak English fluently.

Re:The Weekly Idiom: Ahead of time 14 years, 9 months ago #16

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Hello Sir I am 27year old.Now I am working as an accountant.I am Graduate,but I can't speak English fluently.This is my big negetive side.So,I need your help.Pls tell me how is it possible within two month I can speak English fluently.

Re:The Weekly Idiom: Ahead of time 14 years, 9 months ago #17

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Try to talk with urself..Always Think in English... Try to improve vocabulary skill..then u can..All the best...

Re:The Weekly Idiom: Ahead of time 13 years, 10 months ago #18

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Shouldn't the correct way to say this be:

AT what time is the flight supposed to land?
or
What time is the flight supposed to land AT?
instead of
What time is the flight supposed to land?
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