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When I emigrated from my home country China to the new country I found it was hard to communicate with others because my English was very poor at that time It strongly affected me in three ways listening speaking and writing First I found it was difficult to listen in English I didnt like to watch TV in Canada although I was crazy about TV shows and TV series in China Looking at the flicker of pictures on the television screen I only could guess what the actors were trying to express from their actions because I hardly knew any of their words Afterwards my mum suggested that I should watch the caroon channel Gradually I got to understand more meaning from the simple words Although it was difficult for me to laugh at the comedians when I couldnt get their meanings in my opinion it was a good start for a beginner of English Second it was hard to express my thoughts to others in English When I speark in my mother tongue I can express myself freely and my hands move like birds through the air In contrast I hesitate when I speak in English My English teacher told me that I could speak slowly as long as I could tell others what I wanted them to know I followed the teachers suggestion and found it was useful Now I can speak in English much more fluently than before Last of all in terms of writing my composition was not very good It always brought my mark down on my assignments and tests Therefore I made a new study plan To begin with I read one essay in English every day to pick up new words and new expressions And then I reviewed my grammar in order to avoid making too many grammatical mistakes in my writing In the meantime I would write something in English and try to use the words phrases
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