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    Quote Originally Posted by Nt4ps View Post
    Phew lately I'm gonna have a honeymoon with my assignment
    enjoy your honeymoon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proxitiator View Post
    enjoy your honeymoon
    Of course I'll always enjoy my honeymoon
    2 Reason why I'm still alive :
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    2. I haven't died yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nt4ps View Post
    Of course I'll always enjoy my honeymoon
    You sure enjoy it very much


    I'm not...

    Where is everyone ?Chasing their life again?
    That's okay

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    Can you explain what is honeymoon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proxitiator View Post
    Where is everyone ?Chasing their life again?
    That's okay
    Recently, I just discovered that Ace Attorney Dual Destinies and Ace Attorney Spirit of Justice are ported into Android.
    Thats why I am currently trying to solve and finish those games hehe
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    This may sound strange coming from me

    But do you guys have any advice on teaching someone whose English skills is a newbie?
    This person in particular wants to score better at TOEFL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bedeviere View Post
    This may sound strange coming from me

    But do you guys have any advice on teaching someone whose English skills is a newbie?
    This person in particular wants to score better at TOEFL
    From my experience
    Learning english from movie, games, etc is the best but need to learn the vocab first just ignore the grammar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nt4ps View Post
    From my experience
    Learning english from movie, games, etc is the best but need to learn the vocab first just ignore the grammar
    Indeed,I learn english from games
    my grammar sucks though

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    I will beat you


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nt4ps View Post
    From my experience
    Learning english from movie, games, etc is the best but need to learn the vocab first just ignore the grammar
    Agreed , same here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bedeviere View Post
    This may sound strange coming from me

    But do you guys have any advice on teaching someone whose English skills is a newbie?
    This person in particular wants to score better at TOEFL
    If this person is pursuing score as his primary goal, then I suggest him to start reading his English textbook and focus more on grammar. Additionally, you may suggest him to watch more Holywood movies with or without subtitle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Queldorei View Post
    If this person is pursuing score as his primary goal, then I suggest him to start reading his English textbook and focus more on grammar. Additionally, you may suggest him to watch more Holywood movies with or without subtitle.
    Basic grammar lesson is enough maybe? No need to focus on grammar, learn uncommon words much better.
    Btw watching movies without subtitle is the best challenge to learn english
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    Well yeah, reading textbook, articles, and watching movies are good when it comes to reading and listening tests

    But it’s not enough for today’s TOEFL test, as it’s now incorporates speaking and writing. It’s like you must have way to speak clearly in a speaking test and you also have to decide which grammar you will use in a writing test

    And I have to admit I’m a bit weak when it comes to speaking

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nt4ps View Post
    Basic grammar lesson is enough maybe? No need to focus on grammar, learn uncommon words much better.
    Btw watching movies without subtitle is the best challenge to learn english
    Agreed, same here (2)

    Btw it's hard to learn English with watching movie without subtitles... Because they talk so fast.. And also there are certain word that can't be understand by Indonesian (well, English grammar are very flexible, some of people there also change the word to simpler ,example: w8 from wait, cr8 from create. Wadayah : what do you, dunno : don't know.. Y'all : you all, And most of it depends on the era. So it's best to learn English when you lived in there.. It would so much much better

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    urushaii na konna tokoro
    really noisy in here. talk is cheap, there're no easy way to learn english, but for me the best way to learn english for the first step is take a courses. nothing else.

    tehee :3
    taking care of your self is the best selfish thing you can do

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