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I have learning English through English grammar. Still it would be improved but damn I have not learned or comprehend! never and never I no understood by listening! only I can understand words or sentences I know that come easily to my brain. --easy to understand.

I have to try and work to make sentences all the time, but the problem is that I feel that information is discharged from my brain every day. I remember some small parts of it forcefully. (Bu cümlelere hâla uzağım)(I just got a little help with this.)

In order to learn vocabulary by listening, I have to memorize the sound structure. I feel sorry about this and it is not happening.

Let me say a different country, I do not like to say foreign. I will look stupid, stupid for not understanding when I stay.

So I set my goal. I made my decision I will learn I will learn even if there is no teacher. I'm just forgeting all the information when I force my brain to write a sentence for a certain minute. Because he is not registered at the office!

Although there are similar old structures in English in my own language, it turns into a chaos when it is constantly added to the end in today's Turkish.

My questions are What is the way to memorize the sound structures of words in speech without subtitles on TV. I compensate for these by working one by one words.

Do english native speakers understand every word spoken? Or is someone just taking it out of the sentence?

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    Do you read? There needs to be a coordinated approach to learning English. You have to read, speak, write, listen, and think. Do you understand things when you read? Often non-native speakers think that they need to start reading a newspaper to improve their English or comprehension skills. That is a bad starting point for a learner. Start by reading something very simple, something that you enjoy. What about comics? Can you read and understand them? – AIQ Mar 18 at 18:09
  • Yes I understood largely, My trouble is I can't memorize words by watching a TV series. As one by one words! I don't do firstly this way is they need to start reading a newspaper to improve their English or comprehension skills. Maybe, after What about comics? Fifty and Fifty – Master'n'Master Mar 18 at 18:20
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    Writing what you have heard or read can be a helpful aid to the learning process. Listen to something, then write it down. – Weather Vane Mar 18 at 18:44
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    You can watch movies and TV series and documentaries with Closed Captions turned on..... – Lambie Mar 18 at 18:45
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    I would like to recommend closed captions, but they are frequently awful. I think comic books, comic strips, graphic novels would be a great place to start. From there, you could go to classic children's books like Peter Pan, Wind in the Willows, and so on. If you find something you like, read it and re-read it. Native speakers do this a lot especially when they are young. – FeliniusRex Mar 18 at 19:35

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