Hey Mario. Thanks for being here and your interesting question. Well, you can use the present continuous for the planned future. It basically means that you are going to do it for sure. Compare with "will" which could happen or not.
Hey again Mario. Well, it depends on her intonation guy. Sometimes, you can make a question without modifying verb 'do, have' just by raising your voice at the end of the sentence. It only uses in speaking and an informal way.
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All what i wanted to say, probably that's why most mexican fail to speak english, nonetheless, many indians don't speak good eglish like mexicans whom masters are maerican, the latter are english and indeed they failed because it is more about the learner rather than the instructor. Furthermore, american and europeans have failed to make a deal because it is more about the dealer ability to do well because they are cheap dealers
Hey Kirshna. Thank you very much for watching and your great question! Well, you know, actually, it's not really easy to get to fluent but you can do it for sure if you have a good plan and keep practicing consistently. For me, the first point is you should spend at least 1 month to learn how to pronounce correctly. Try to listen to English material as much as possible. This could help you improving your speaking skills. Try to read what you're interested in as much as you can and collect words that you like and review those words anytime you're free. You can use the Shadowing Technique to practice speaking -- basically, you just speak out loud and follow the speech of the speaker until you feel comfortable about your accent. Learn a new language take time and patient mate, so pls do not rush and quit! Be happy and have a great weekend!