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I am wondering which is the correct form for this sentence

There aren't many opportunities when/where/that I can practice my English.

plus, if I want to express I don't have lots time or chances to speak English in my daily life, what are some other ways to express this?

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I would say "when" but another way is

There aren't many opportunities for me to practise my English.

Note the British spelling correction of practice (noun) to practise (verb). American English uses practice for both verb and noun forms.

  • I made an edit, as practise is the British spelling, and is in fact "incorrect" by American English standards. – Tashus Jan 14 '19 at 17:20
  • @Tashus thank you but I think you mean British English. There is no language called "British" although I do sometimes refer to American English as American. I suppose it depends on where you are, not on how English developed. – Weather Vane Jan 14 '19 at 17:21
  • I was using British as an adjective, not a noun. – Tashus Jan 14 '19 at 17:23
  • Well, I love it when people tell me my native language is incorrect. – Weather Vane Jan 14 '19 at 17:26
  • Likewise, you "corrected" the question in a way that only applies to your locality. I used scare quotes in my comment specifically to emphasize the issue. – Tashus Jan 14 '19 at 17:29

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