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 どうですか、げんきですか。
 ~日本語のれんしゅう~ w
 文法がへたです。(英語の文法と日本語の文法。w)
 今日漢字がべんきょうします。漢字がすきですか 私は漢字が嫌いです。w
 映画を見ました、CoN: The Lion the witch and the wardrobe。見ましたか。
 CoN:Prince Caspian 見ましょ。へへ!
 
∴よんでありがとうございましたよ。∴

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   """>>> 如何して、げんきですか。
   Not sure what you're trying to say here with the "doushite" part. 
   It means "why is it..." or "for what reason...". Your sentence here,
   "Why is it..? are you healthy?""""

Oh...^_^;; I guess I was confusing '如何して' with 'どうですか'for ’how are you’...hehe

   """>>>CoN:Prince Caspian 見ましょNot sure what your intended meaning is here.
   "Let's watch Prince Caspian"? 「見ましょう」
   Or are you expressing a desire to see it? 「見たいです。」

   がんばってね"""

I guess 見たいです。

どうもありがとございますよ。

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>>> 如何して、げんきですか。
Not sure what you're trying to say here with the "doushite" part. It means "why is it..." or "for what reason...". Your sentence here says, "Why is it..? are you healthy?"

>>>日本語れんしょ
It is spelled れんしゅう, and you need the noun-linking particle の
日本語のれんしゅう

>>>英語か日本語。
I'll presume you mean this to say, "English or Japanese". Ka isn't exactly a direct replacement for the English word 'or'. It's still a particle. At your skill level, I think just expressing it as a simple 'and' statement would suit you better. 英語の文法と日本語の文法

>>>今日漢字がばんきょです
べんきょう = Study (noun)
To make it a verb, you add する (dictionary form) or します (polite form)

べんきょうします = to study (verb, polite). No need for です

漢字 is the object of the verb. You need to use を

今日漢字をべんきょうします。 = Today, I will study Kanji

>>>漢字はすきですか私は漢字が嫌い。
Is this 2 separate sentences? I will treat them as such.

>>>漢字はすきですか
すき is an adjective, and you mark the noun it modifies with が
漢字がすきですか

>>>私は漢字が嫌い。
Here, you've made excellent use of particles. However, the rest of your post has been in polite language, you should continue that by tacking です to the end of this sentence.

>>>映画が見ました
Again, you have a verb, 見ました, and the thing that you watched, 映画. Being the object of the verb, 映画 needs を. 映画を見ました

>>>CoN:Prince Caspian 見ましょ
Not sure what your intended meaning is here. "Let's watch Prince Caspian"? 「見ましょう」
Or are you expressing a desire to see it? 「見たいです。」

がんばってね

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