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I found wonderful app, named Ling app similar to Duolingo, but there are many functions that are easier to use than Duolingo. For example, this app has a chatbot function. It is excellent. You can practice listening, speaking, writing, and reading by using Ling app solely. And this app can use on mobile and PC. There have more than 60+ languages including ...


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I think that recognizing your weakness is the first step to make up for it. There are four major skills involved in foreign language learning: reading, writing, listening and speaking. In your case, your Achilles’ heel is the latter, and it is fine as lots of people struggle with this skill because it involves many aspects of the language, from grammar and ...


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This is a big question. reading ability What is the language? It depends heavily on the language. I believe the way differs from one language to another. Generally, it's about learning how to read the written language, and how to pronounce what you read. I suggest you read newspapers and articles on the internet or books and e-books, for reading in English....


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If an A-level is a B1 and you have reached that level in all the languages (French, Spanish and Russian) you mentioned in the tags under your question, then you can combine studying grammar (there are a lot of good resources which can guide your learning according to your actual level of knowledge) with language immersion. Reading. Even if it may sound like ...


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