Hi, Beatriz! Welcome and thanks for the contribution (:
I've made some comments, which are also on my recording:- "I'm studying English about 6 months ago. Since then (...)"
If you have been studying English and is studying EVEN now,
a better way to say that is "I've been studying English for
six months". The present perfect (the "have been") is a form
that is used to indicate an action that has some connection
with the present. You could also say "I started studying
English six months ago", and one can guess that you're
still at it.- "I love this language, and I learn with ease"
You pronounced "ease" the way you would pronounce "easy".
Please check out the pronunciation on this link: http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries ... onary/ease
Oh, and a note: don't trust google translator, sometimes
he doesn't spell things right... I think it would be better
to just follow the dictionary for words that you don't know and
the rest you can try to hear from "real people", but that's
just my opinion.- "Talking to another people"
I think "talking to other people" is the correct form,
but I prefer to leave the explanation for people who know
the grammar section better than me, haha.
(Oops, I didn't know that the audio had time! I'll continue on another post! haha)