Suppose I have problems
- listening and understanding English esp. of non-Indian accent
- speaking English fluently
How should I tell someone about it using very few words instead of typing a long sentence?
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Consider "nonconversational English."
To tell someone you're nonconversational in English, you could say:
I'm not conversational in English, but I can read it and write it without any difficulty.
You can tell them that you are not proficient when it comes to verbal communication. Or your verbal communication skills are to be improved.
ESL -The acronym is well-used for difficulty in either listening or speech