Amira
I’ve been learning english since I was 5 years old. Actually I can speak fluently during that young age because I’ve been surrounded with many international friends that speak in english everyday. But after a few years in primary and secondary school, I don’t usually speak in english very much but I fully understand some complicated grammars and such. Actually, it’s not that new to me (based on the topic), it’s just that I want to practice and be more casual when I talk with people. I would really love to learn French and Spanish too. So for this year, I am planning to apply for my Masters abroad and I really need to practice and use more grammars when I have a conversation with people and probably make new friends.
Feb 18, 2021 3:41 PM
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I’ve been learning English since I was 5 years old. Actually, I could speak fluently at that age because I had been surrounded by many international friends that spoke English every day. But after a few years, in primary and secondary school, I didn't usually speak English very much; yet I fully understand complicated grammar and such. Actually, it’s not that new to me (based on the topic), it’s just that I want to practice and be more casual when I talk to people. I would really love to learn French and Spanish too. So for this year, I am planning to apply for my Master's abroad, and I really need to practice and use more grammar when I have a conversation with people, and probably make new friends.
February 18, 2021
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