I've heard Rosetta Stone is a good program for learning languages, although I've never used it myself (I also don't know if it's just designed to teach other languages to people who already speak English, or both)Hello GF members;
Since i am Egyptian and my native language is arabic, it is difficult to understand or write any thing without using dictionary.
So i want to know if there is any program or any thing that i can do to read, understand and write English very well as my native language?
Thanks very much.
As far as discussions on this forum (or in real life), the main thing is to realize that sometimes you and another person might get into a disagreement just because one or both of you misunderstood the other. So you'll have to be a little more patient and a little more careful.
Yeah, unlike yours... :lol:lol. Estonia looks like it's the poop of Finland.
[strike]You're[/strike]Your [strike]english[/strike]English is pretty good MaaB. If you participate in discussions, and maybe [strike]asks[/strike]ask some specific questions about grammar and stuff, I'm sure you'll do just fine learning [strike]english[/strike]English.