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I'm newbie, just entered here 5 minute ago.(5分前にこのサイトに登録したばかりの新人です)
■Please teach me(どうか教えてください)

How to learn English?
I really don't know which learning method is best for me....
I don't chance to talk with someone in English.
That's why I need to improve grammar and reading and writting skill.
Please suggestion how learn it for me.;)
 

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I'm newbie, just entered here 5 minute ago.(5分前にこのサイトに登録したばかりの新人です)
■Please teach me(どうか教えてください)

How to learn English?
I really don't know which learning method is best for me....
I don't chance to talk with someone in English.
That's why I need to improve grammar and reading and writting skill.
Please suggestion how learn it for me.;)
Welcome to the board. This isn't really an English teaching board, though there are some Japanese people who come on here to check their English.

One good way is to learn is to try, as you did above. If you want, you can try and answer the following questions.

Why do you want to improve your English?

Why do you only want to improve grammar, reading and writing? Not speaking?

Where do you live? Are there places where English speakers meet? For example, I live in Tokyo and I sometimes socialise and help out at an English conversation cafe.

Finally, can you ask the questions in your other thread in English? Not everyone on this board can speak Japanese.

A couple of corrections that might be useful for you.

I don't HAVE THE chance to talk in English.
Please SUGGEST how I can learn English

Good luck.
 
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I would suggest some type of study book. Also watch English shows if you can find them. You can post questions here but if your English is hard to understand not all members will be able to help. You can always post what you mean with what you would say in Japanese as some of us on the forums are fluent with English and have been learning Japanese, so it may help in certain situations.
 
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Hi
You can also say 'I don't (often) have the chance to speak English'. I'd be happy to help you or any other learners with on-line English lessons.
 
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I can't speak Japanese, but if you need help I could try my best. interpals.net is a good safe site for language exchange. You could also start off with children's songs, books and TV shows. Learning a new language is tedious and and a lifelong commitment if you're serious, but you have to start somewhere. If you have questions about anything English-related, message me.
 
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