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learning spoken English?

Aneta Community member Posts: 12 Connected
edited October 2021 in Sensory impairments
Hello, I am hearing impairment person. Also hearing aid user. Without this aid I am completely deaf. Thanks to my mum I am able to speak pretty normal. As I am Polish my spoken Polish is very good, but here we go, I live in England now (been here 12 years already). English language is full of surprises - every person has different accent, which very often is impossible to lipread neither to pair off with the sound. Every person I meet I need to learn by heart. Literally. I really would like to improve my spoken English and get any speech therapist who could teach me how to say some difficult words (hygiene, jewellery, ambitious, etc). Is there any possibility to get that type of lessons or so? 

Many thanks, Aneta



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