Wanna improve my English
Hi everyone, I have just begun DL and I'd like to improve my english with some people who also wants to. Add me in your friend list it would be great :)
*I need your Skype if you want to talk
*I need your Skype if you wanna talk : )
Hi Laureen. Can you explain me that wants to say "wanna " and "gonna " be cause I not find it on the dictionnary? Those are contractions but of what ?Take care . Bye.
They're used when talking between friends and texting. They're not used in formal situations.
- Can you explain to me what 'wanna' and 'gonna' mean because I can not find them in the dictionary. : )
Good luck with your English. You're going well. : )
Hi MarkGreen.Thank you for your answer.Now, I understood the English slang in two words :wanna and gonna !!!.Thanks again.Bye.
*Now I understand... : )
There is another commonly used slag word in English that I would like to teach you 'Dunno'
I dunno = I don't know
Dunno= Don't know
Hi MarkGreen.Thank you for the correction of my sentence..I improve my English every day and I need to write a lot.See you soon.Bye.
Your English is really good & I agree, practising is the best way to improve.
Hi! I'm in the same situation as you :) . I really want to improve my english too. So let's talk! :D
Juste une petite erreur, mais tu dis vraiment: 'Who also WANT to', et pas: 'Who also WANTS to!' Parce que, évidement, les conjugaisons sont: I want, you want, he/she wants, et they WANT, donc, les gens qui veulent faire quelque chose, diraient 'WANT to!' Mais ça m'est égal; ton anglais est très bien!
Je crois bien que who en tant que pronom relatif appelle un verbe à la 3eme personne du singulier... Je me trompe?
Je peux comprendre quoi tu dis, et bien que je parle anglais aussi ma langue-maternelle, c'est un règle étrange! Donc, parce que tu as dit: 'Some PEOPLE', et 'PEOPLE', est un mot pluriel, tu utilises la conjugaison pluriel, mais si tu dirais 'SOMEBODY/SOMEONE', et c'est un mot singulier, tu peux utiliser la 3eme personne du singulier. Et dans ta phrase, tu as utilisé 'PEOPLE', le mot pluriel, donc puis, la conjugaison est plurielle! Voici une liste des conjugaisons: I want. You want. He/she wants. We want. They want. S'il-te-plaît, réponds, et si tu es confus, peut-être je peux t'aider avec cette phrase, si tu ne comprends pas! (Ne t'inquiets pas; beaucoup des règles français sont difficile pour moi!)
excuse me BLUEBRIGITTA but where do you live ? in France? if you want you can help in english i can help in frnch. what do you think my name's Brice my english is not very good but i try
Non, tu mens! Ton anglais est génial! Juste, essayez de souvenir vos arrêts complets. Nous parlons anglais, où j'habite, donc je peux parler la langue couramment! Peux-tu parler des autres langues?
Your English is quite good for someone who's only level 5!
The only mistakes I see is that you should say "with some people who WANT to." Unlike in French, "people" in English is always plural. :)
"Add me in your friend list it would be great"—this mistake is what's known as a "run-on sentence." You have two clauses that could stand as separate sentences, yet you have no punctuation marks to separate them.
Also, saying "add me in your friend list," while grammatically correct, is not how we would say it in English. We would usually say: "Add me to your friend's list."
So you should say "Add me to your friend's list; it would be great," or "Add me to your friend's list. It would be great."
hello my name is brice i want to improve my english with you can you help me sorry for the hour.
Hello we can talk if you want. My email adress is email@example.com
D'accord! Au fait, tu écriras 'APPROVE'; aussi, l'anglais ne diraient pas cela vraiment ! Je ne sais pas pourquoi. Réellement, nous dirions: 'I APPRECIATE YOUR HELP', peut-être, mais ton anglais est génial!
Hello, Brymax1! How is it going, today? Can you understand what I am writing? If you want to, you can tell me something in english that you are confused about, and I can help you to understand it, hopefully!
I am fine, thank you, Douloos! Can you understand this? Do you want me to write some more messages like this? Also, have you got any useful French expressions that you could give me?