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Write a sentence using one of the following words: - it - should - any - stop
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How was this video?

It was so great because it gave me the beneficial tip on pronouncing, but I wanna practice in some sentences more and more. It has them little.

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It was so great because it gave me beneficial tips on pronouncing, but I want to practice using even more sentences. It has few of them.

1. Use the plural form to indicate that there are multiple tips involved.
2. Use a different word choice. Note that "wanna" is rather informal so make sure to use a more formal phrase such as "want to".
3. Use a different word choice. This would be a more usual way of saying it.
4. Use a different word order and word choice. Use "few" to indicate that there is an insufficient number of something. The exact phrase is "(to) have few of (something)".
I'm glad to hear that you found the video helpful. What are some of the words that you have trouble pronouncing?

I have difficulties in pronouncing ae.
I think it' so a vague sound.
I'm not sure that my sounds is okay.

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I have difficulties in pronouncing "ae".
I think it's such a vague sound.
I'm not sure that my pronunciation is proper.

1. Make sure to use quotation marks when referring to a particular sound as such.
2. This is a misspelling or a typographical error. Use either the phrase "it is" or the contraction "it's".
3. Use a different word choice. Use "such" when referring to a particular quality of something.
4. Use a different word choice. It would be more appropriate to refer to your pronunciation in this context.
5. Use a different word choice. This would be a more usual term in this sense.
If you keep practicing pronouncing words with ae, you will become better each time. How else are you learning English besides here on BT?

That's true. Rome wasn't built in a day.
I'm learning English to express my feelings because I'm not good at that.
For example, "Good guess!", "No need" "I made it"and so on.

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That's true. Rome wasn't built in a day.
I'm learning English to express my feelings because I'm not good at that.
For example, "Good guess!", "No need", "I made it", and so on.

1. Use a comma to separate items when there more than two of them listed.
2. Use a comma in front of a conjunction before the last one of more than two listed items.
That's great. I also suggest you listen to audio books. If you like reading, it's good to sometimes listen to audio books. I'm sure that will help you with pronunciation.

Thank you for your advice.
I often read technical books in English, would that okay?

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Thank you for your advice.
I often read technical books in English. Would that be fine?

1. Make these two separate sentences since they are independent of one another.
2. Use "be" when referring to the status or the quality of something.
3. Use a different word choice. Note that "okay" and "OK" are rather informal so it's better to opt for a more formal term in this sense.
That is good too. I also suggest you read aloud and try to depict the characters in the book. That is good practice if you don't have anyone to practice English at home with.

I cannot agree with you more.
I know reading aloud is so beneficial!!!!
By the way, could I ask you a question?
What does “depict” mean?
I guess it kind of means pretending to be the character?

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I cannot agree with you more.
I know reading aloud is so beneficial!
 

1. There is no need to use multiple punctuation marks in a row. It suffices to use one exclamation mark.
2. I have already changed "(to) depict" to "(to) portray" since it's a better word choice in this context so I deleted the question in order not to interrupt the conversation flow. Yes, your assumption was correct: "(to) portray", here, means to play the part of someone (some character) in a film or a play.
  • law(法)
  • key(鍵)
  • station(駅)
  • office(オフィス)
  • egg(卵)
  • Does this sound okay?(この発音で大丈夫ですか?)
  • Please give me some tips on pronouncing this word.(この単語を発音するためのコツを教えてください。)
  • This is easy to pronounce.(この発音は簡単です。)
  • It is difficult to pronounce this word.(この単語の発音が難しいです。)
  • Can you teach me how to pronounce this word?(この単語をどのように発音するか教えてください。)

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