ATTENTION PLEASE: if you are not reading this page in English, I highly recommend that you turn off the automatic translation on your browser.
When learning our mother tongue we usually start by listening and speaking. But, if you are learning English as a foreign language it is probably more appropriate that you first focus your attention on writing rather than on speaking, so that you can reflect on how to build sentences and fix errors when necessary.
Written English is on average more elaborate than spoken English, and reading very much from a large variety of sources is essential to be able to write appropriately and eloquently. A hard work is necessary to eventually acquire the ability to choose the proper grammar form, adjective, etc., and put them in the most appropriate place within the sentence, but you know, practice makes perfect!
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