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Meet Aisha

Hummm i live in Karachi which is the Port of Pakistan.Here is also hottest weather i think as same as Germany. Now i m going to tell u more about my self.My name is Ayesha, i m 20 years old.Lately i have completed inter i m planning to do Bachelor in Computer. Now a days i m free and wants to learn english i can speak and undersatnd English but my English is not as good as ur english people becouse my mother tongue is Urdu not English.

Hello Isha and welcome. My name's Aiden Yeh and I live in Taiwan. I teach EFL (English as a Foreign Language) and some of my students have also joined this group because like you, they also want to improve their English.

>You wrote: English but my English is not as good as ur english people >becouse my mother >tongue is Urdu not English.So could u help me on it plzz.

Isha, remember this always, practise makes perfect. If you want to improve your conversational skills in English, then you have to speak English. The same thing with writing, the more you write the better you'll get. No one can learn how to swim without getting into the water.

Imagine this group, Webheads, as a huge swimming pool with lots of lifeguards and buoys floating around, and you're on the diving board. You could either step down and back out or dive into the water and experience for yourself the pains and glories that go with overcoming your fears.

Keep your messages coming, Isha, and we'll be here for you.

Aiden Yeh

(Aiden packs up her rubber floats, and waves goodbye to others who are still in the pool.)

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