anonymous
  • anonymous
I just took a(n) English Language Test,I got a grade as that of an Elementary School Kid.But I'm a 10th grader.Also,I have a E.Language test on October 8 of this year... Gimme some tips to improve my English....
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Ashleyisakitty
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read. Everyone says it, but it's true. It'll give you an instinctive knowledge of sentence structure and spelling, plus everyone assumes you're smart. :) Go with books you enjoy that you'd actually want to read, but don't remain stagnant. There's a lot of satisfaction to be found in finishing a classic you never thought you could tackle, and a lot of them are classics because despite their difficulty they're truly engaging. Find a grammar primer, one that covers cases and sentence structure and tenses. Read it at least once. Try and use proper grammar everywhere, avoid bad habits. Get your homophones right - your, you're, ect. If you'd like I'd be happy to proofread a few papers.
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's 'an' if it precedes a vowel, AEIOU, so yeah, 'an' english language test. Get a word-a-day calendar!

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triciaal
  • triciaal
use an before a vowel l Kid.But I'm a 10th grader.Also,I conjunctions join sentences example but, and, also
triciaal
  • triciaal
please start by reviewing the rules and then just practice.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Spaces! Tricaal, sorry, maybe it's a formatting problem, but yours is nearly incomprehensible because of spaces, spaces everywhere. :I
triciaal
  • triciaal
@FitzIncorporated it would not make sense if the comment was attached to the example
triciaal
  • triciaal
As stated above by @FitzIncorporated yes reading will help tremendously. Please get a good night's sleep before the exam and remember to breathe. Keep in mind that you can do it.
dehelloo
  • dehelloo
Read. Watch the news. Write a paragraph of analysis on a News Article or analyse a chapter of a novel, every single day. Take 15 minutes out of your day and just write. Compare your analysis to pieces published online. Explore the author's aim/ what techniques do they utilize to get the require response from the reader/ elicit feeling/meaning etc. Above all read and write. No easy way mate. Just be consistent.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I like @dehelloo 's analysis idea, I might start that :)

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