"Living in an English environment and not able to listen and speak English well is like fish without water. " Is this sentence clear in meaning? Any suggestions? Thank you very much.
Using parallelism with a simile--keep using the gerund format you began with:
fishing- without water
Further, you did not correctly establish your conditional clause AND you didn't use a parallel gerund for the condition:
not being- able to listen and....
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