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If you were asked to tell about your home town, What would you like to say?

June 8th, 2009

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Today’s topic is: If you were asked to tell about your home town, What would you like to say?

“Remember, to improve your English speaking skills, you should practise everyday. Moreover, you should record your voice and then you listen to your record again. You will recognize your pronunciation and accent mistakes.”

 

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  1. Kashiro Den
    July 19th, 2012 at 06:49 | #1

    @ditha Hi Ditha, Good to hear your comment about your country. You didn't say much but I think I got what you wanted to convey by the way you expressed them. I felt some pride and sincerity with those little words you repeatedly uttered. I meant to leave you a voice commentary but my recording couldn't be saved for some reasons. Next time I'll use a better mic. Keep it up and study well. You know what, the best way to study English is to have fun with it. Trust me, it'll work. So have fun and take it easy. Bye. _Kashiro Den

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  2. nishanth
    May 12th, 2012 at 03:51 | #2

    hi i live in a city called karimnagar.which belongs to andhra pradesh i dont hesitate to say that it is a developed city.the best thing my city has river called manair and beside that river it consists of a park.recently we have also got a multiplex for entertainment.the roads also extending to avoid traffic disturbances.

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  3. bipima
    April 14th, 2012 at 09:24 | #3

    hi I am, bipima from pokhara,nepal. I was borned in pokhara. I love my city very much. It is a beautiful and green place. we can find a lot of natural resources here and it is especially famous for its natural beauties and oranges. we can find lakes, rivers, waterfalls, etc. we can also see the views of the beautiful Himalayas. there is 'unity in diversity' and 'religious tolerance'. and the main reason to love my city is I was borned here....

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