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What is the best way of learning new words?

Telling you the best way to learn new vocab would be entirely opinion-based. However, I can suggest alternatives to and offer advice on the standard answer of looking in a dictionary. A dictionary ...
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How to get better at English

If you have an opportunity to live in an English-speaking country for a while, that would be the best way. Otherwise, it's difficult to develop active ability in the language. The next best ways ...
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How to improve grammar?

I have seem most of Americans don't mind about English grammar, unless that makes no sense. That's very true, but rather unfortunate. I'm glad you have noticed this, and it doesn't stop there. We ...
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A book which groups and arranges words by degree?

From the comments, the book Roget's Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases Classified and Arranged So As to Facilitate the Expression of Ideas and Assist in Literary Composition (on archive.org) ...
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How to speak and write advance level English in 6 months?

Despite problems with the question as stated and perhaps even its location here I believe we need to answer questions if we are able to. Those sound like noble goals but I think you could reduce ...
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Syllabification in a game targeted to children

Syllables in English are complex and debated. There are academic discussions about "onset-nucleus-coda" With a two syllable word like "robin", the "b" could be the coda ...
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Thinking in English

You just have to increase your exposure to English. Watch movies, TV shows, listen to music, try lyrics training, use a learning method that helps you think in English such as Assimil or Pimsleur ...
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How to improve grammar?

I'm sure you know the basics of English grammar, ie you understand grammar terms, you can distinguish between useful terms, and terms that you don't find useful and that you are able to change as you ...
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What is the best way of learning new words?

To know the word meaning, you can check in your local language-English dictionary. To know the exact definition of the word, you can check various online English dictionaries, for example: ...
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Is there a technique that’ll help me in writings

Here are some suggestions for the spelling aspect: Work with MS Word or some similar software that allows you to turn on automatic spell checking. Choose an online or paper dictionary that you like ...
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Is it better to learn English grammar separately or learn the language then the grammar follows

As an experienced fellow learner I'd suggest you learn grammar and at the same time read books and/or watch movies or series. That way you combine theory with real life usage. There is always a ...
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I want to learn English, once and for all

I think your goal is a bit unrealistic, to be honest. It takes years to become an Oxford teacher, so I'd suggest you start with setting realistic goals for yourself. Read books, listen to music, watch ...
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Do Native Speakers Learn Vocabulary by Active Memorization in Order to Understand More Challenging Texts?

Some kind of routine is absolutely essential if you are trying to cover a “set list” of vocabulary. How you study the list can vary. A good teacher will try to cover the list by providing examples, ...
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About English poetry

You ask "Could it be helpful in my learning?" I will say "yes", for this reason: It will help you with pronunciation. Reading metrical poetry aloud (especially rhyming poetry) will help you learn ...
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About English poetry

Poetry is a required part of the curriculum of Students of all ages. Learning and reciting poetry is not a major part of the curriculum, instead students learn to read, understand, respond and analyse ...
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About English poetry

Perhaps you are referring to nursery rhymes, traditional poems and songs intended for very young children. A collection was published in 1744 as Tommy Thumb's Song Book, but a 1781 compilation ...
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Does each tense have 4 forms? (indefinite, continuous, perfect, perfect continuous)

Tense is a hard term to apply properly to English. We only inflect verbs (change the word itself) for person/plurality, perfect aspect, progressive aspect, and past (or preterite) tense. When talking ...
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What is best approach for learning language?

I don't know if there's such a thing as "the best approach", the best thing you can do is try as many methods as possible and then create the perfect system for you. Regardless, one of the resources ...
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I understand English well, but have trouble writing/speaking it. Are there techniques I can use to improve my ability to construct sentences?

Improving your listening skills and reading skills are things that you can do on your own. Generally, to improve your speaking skills and writing skills you will want to work with a teacher who can ...
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