Ahoj holky, pokud máte obdobný problém jako já, hledáte práci a rády byste se naučily anglicky, nebo si osvěžili angličtinu, alespoň co se týče písemného projevu, budu ráda když si zde budeme psát. Pište v angličtině o čemkoliv. O děckách, o koníčcích o práci. Budu ráda, když se zde objeví i nějaká angličtinářka, co anglicky umí hodně dobře a nás ostatní opraví v gramatice. Angličtinu chtějí dneska opravdu všude a všechny asi potřebujete, nebo budete potřebovat po mateřské sehnat práci. Berte to jako procvičování zábavnou formou. Good luck
Hi ladies, my name is Sabina. I am 35. I live in Odolena Voda, it's small town near Prague. I have one son, his name is Jindřich, he is 3,5 years old. With my husband we would like another baby. Can I connect to your group?
Quite an interesting discussion I have learned English since high school (it means since prima - I attended eight-year high school)...but as @uztotakbude told we chanded several teachers sometimes during studies. Our best teacher unfortunately died of cancer in first year of high school (=kvinta) and then for 2 years it was quite a tragedy. I got a big motivattion for learning in possibility of passing FCE exam...but I was a coward and I gave it up few months before the final exam (because the term collided with a term of school boating trip...and I also was not sure I am so good for passing It - I had (and still have) a big problem with listening and there was a condition to pass the exam doing at least 50 percent of each part).
Then at university I had two years of business English -and the final exam was pretty hard but I passed it succesfully somehow! And fortunatelly oral part of exam was much easier than a level at high school
(I have to admit that I used translate.google.com in several cases during writing this long article...so do I in work while writing easy mails in English to clients )
Today I think my biggest problem is vocabulary...I forgot a lot since leaving university Listening is also still a problem but this I do not use so much (I do not make calls in English and if yes, only simple calls with foreign speakers - Italian, Serbian - and their English is at the same or worse level than mine).
Hi ladies, would you like someone to correct your writings? I`m Jana, 33, I hope I`ll be a proud mum in May, I`m expecting my first child. I teach English in Brno. I lived and worked in London for 3 years and then I passed a CPE, but originally I`m a history teacher. There is a similar topic on Slovak version of MK, but this one looks good, too.
Hi ladies, my English is not very good, but I´d like to speak with somebody to make it better (in fact, i have no big problems with speaking and understanding, but my writing is horrible). I am 29 years old, live in Prague, have one 22 months old daughter and will have another one in ca. 5 weeks
@camelinka My speaking is Ok, because I like watching movies in English, read English books (not now, with a small daughter is this impossible) and as I was at work, I visited an English course, where you had to speak with native speakers. This was really great. But my writing is a catastrophe And you are a soldier? This is really great! I admire soldiers and women the most! As I was about 14 years old, I wanted to go to an "army secondary school" (really don´t know, how is the right name), but my physical condition is very poor So I am economist.
@jenny.kay I understand,and I´m envious I like watching movies and series in original version, but with subtitles, because it´s very fast for my brain and indeed, speaking with native speakers is the best for learning . And as I see, your writing is absolutely ok Aaw thank you, I really liked my job and I hope I can return after maternity leave. I met my husband at military secondary school, so army is my "heart thing" . And it´s pity, you should try it! My physical condition was poor too, but at school in Brno, it wasn´t difficult, almost a year, I was at paratroopers unit, nothing good for women and now, we are at Caslav´s airbase, so it´s like holidays Where are you from?