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how i can speak English very good

Mathematics
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Well, I personally learned it from a book on how to speak English, so yeah. xD
A few books, actually.
I should probably also mention that this is not a question related to maths, so if you could perhaps post this under the English section, that would be better. ^-^

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@khemvatey what is your native language? :)
You should rewrite it to: "How can I speak English better?"
Practice, practice and practice :D
THE BEST WAY IS TO LISTEN TO THE INTERNATIONAL NEWS ALWAYS SAY BBC,CNN, CBS ALJAZEERA ENGLISH ETC IF YOU CAN FOLLOW THE ACCENT, THEN MAINTAIN AN AGLO COMPANY
Just as writing in colors makes it easier to remember, music makes learning languages easier.
http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/foreign-languages-and-literatures/21f-223-listening-speaking-and-pronunciation-fall-2004/ click on "select video lectures"
watching movie with subtitle!

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