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I Am Come From China.can You Tell Me How To Improve My English If I Study It Well I Can Get High

I am planning to come in uk in BRIMINGHAM on study visa . Can anyone tell me that how much can i earn Per hour?

You are permitted on a study visa to work a maximum of 20 hours per week during term time. Chances are you will not be able to find any decent, well-paid work though because the UK has massive unemployment issues right now and probably for many years to come. If working in McDonald's is your thing, maybe you can get £5.50 an hour before tax. What you can save from that will be next year's university fees, or not.

Can you tell me about China?

China is situated in eastern Asia on the western shore of the Pacific Ocean, with an area of 9.6 million square kilometers. China's continental coastline extends for about 18,000 kilometers, and its vast sea surface is studded with more than 5,000 islands, of which Taiwan and Hainan are the largest.

China has a continental climate, and a latitude spanning nearly 50 degrees. Much of the landmass is situated in the temperate zone, with the tropical and subtropical zones to the south, and reaching the frigid zone in the north, so temperatures differ strikingly across the country. The northern part of Heilongjiang Province has long winters but no summers, while the Hainan Island has long summers without winters. The Huaihe River valley( parts of Anhui provinces and the north part of JIangsu province) is marked by distinctive seasonal changes, but it is spring all year round in the south of the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau. In the northwest hinterland, the temperature changes dramatically. China's high tundra zone is situated in the Qinghai-Tibet, where the temperature is low in all four seasons, and incredibly low in winter. Some desert areas are dry all year round.

Does anyone have any suggesting on how i can improve my spelling?

When you come across a new word, whether in writing or in speech,look up its meaning and spelling in a good dictionary immediately and memorise both.
Always keep a dictionary handy. You can also carry a pocket dictionary when you travel.
Ask a friend or relative who is good in spelling to check all your writings, notes, etc. Check the errors pointed out and correct them. Write the correct spellings of the wrongly spelt words at least 10 times on a piece of paper so that you get to practise the correct spelling.
Use spell check provided in any forum. See the errors you have made and correct them the same way mentioned above.

Give special attention to words that sound the same but are spelt differently (homonyms) and understand their meanings clearly. Write down such words and their meaning as best as you can, at least 5 times, and check if you got their spelling right.
Never put off reference to a dictionary when you are in doubt about the spelling of any word you come across in any writing or in speech - whether it is yours or someone else's. Many a times you would find that the association of a particular word to a particular writing, speech or situation helps you to remember the correct spelling if you happen to check the dictionary immediately.
As other have pointed out, practice helps immensely in correct spelling. Avoidance of SMS and chat message that usually encourage spelling errors is certainly a good way not to worsen your spelling skills. If you do have to write SMS/chat messages, try to use correct spelling of words even if the person at the other end shows impatience or if your messaging takes more time.
Your positive approach and desire to improve are noteworthy. I am sure your spelling would be close to perfect in a short time. Good luck!

It depends where you are and who you talk to. However, I think 70% Chinese cannot speak fluent English. Most people can say some very simple sentences, e.g. ok; how are you; thank you, etc.1 .where you are:Talking to those who live in developed cities, such as, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, you may find it is much more easier to communicate with them in English. Especially those districts, Hongkong, Macau, Taiwan, where are not in the mainland of China. I had a trip to HK and Macau before. In these two places, you can easily find someone who speak fluent English even they work in tea restaurant. They speak both Cantonese and English in their daily life. Unlike mainland of China who speak Mandarin in their every day life.SAR: Hong kong, Macau; Taiwan>Developed cities(Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, etc) in Mainland of China>Developing cities in Mainland of China2.Who you talk to:In mainland of China, actually, even those English Major students in Universities, they cannot speak fluent English with western people because they have few opportunities to employ English in their daily life. Not even say those elderly people, they have never learnt English when they were young and they do not need to use English when they work. It is extremely difficult to find an old man who can speak fluent English. However, more people pay attention to English education on their children so it would be easier to talk to a kid in English.Adults(20–40)>Teenager(10–18)>Adults(45–55)>Elderly people(over 55)

How to improve vocabulary when i love writing?

I agree with reading more - this will help you with spelling, punctuation, grammar, and helps you learn new words. Also, buy a pocket dictionary and begin reading random definitions and this will help expand your vocab.

Merriam-Webster has a set of books out with a dictionary, thesaurus, and vocab. builder. You might want to invest in it. I paid about $20 for mine, I think.

Or, at the very least, go to Merriam-Webster's website and use the thesaurus there. If you know a word that's a synonym of what you want to use then use the thesaurus with that word and it'll bring up similar words. I also use Word, where I know the word I want to use, but want to find a bigger word or a synonym, so I type it in word, right click the mouse, and choose Synonyms. This sometimes helps, but remember to check the meaning of the synonym before you use it.

I hope I made sense; I'm so tired that I need some sleep.