Hi Anumita, please dont think that I am picking holes in your written confession. In English language, there is something called homophones... words sounding similar but different in spelling and meaning. For your information, I am reproducing below, what the internet says about the word WEEK, which you have written about: 1.Weak is an adjective that means fragile or not strong. 2.Week is a noun that refers to seven days, Sunday through Saturday. Please tell me, whether you are WEEK or WEAK in Spoken or Written Communication. At the age of 63 am still honing my English Writing and Speaking Skills.
Best wishes.

From India
Practise makes perfect.
Read news papers,learn and use the new words which you can pick up in news papers/magazines.
Buy an Oxford dictionary and keep it with you for ready reference.
Speak in English with your office friends and gain confidence.
If you get a chance to speak in Public,take the chance with both hands and prepare well.
Watch English news on TV.
Keep trying out new words and do not get disocuraged by any mistakes-learn from the mistake.Soon your English will improve.

From India, Pune
Thanx psdhingra sir... thanx a lot... I will try to my best for English communication...
From India, Indore

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