Liah T.
#1 The Language Skill in English Study: A Two-Year Break Hi👋 I would like to start studying English after a two-year break 🤦‍♀️ I can say that the language skill starts to be quickly lost if not used. Perhaps I'll have to start from the simple present tense of verbs. I study React (this is a JavaScript library, related to the topic of programming) in an open course and all the content is in English. Therefore, I am progressing much slower than I could if I hadn't had a language problem 😵‍💫 I plan to start writing short notes to discipline myself in learning the language. For a significant result, I need to study every day. But, perhaps, I'll start with three times a week. It would be great if someone would correct me 🙂
Sep 19, 2021 1:51 PM
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#1 The Language Skill in English Study: A Two-Year Break Hi👋 I would like to start studying English after a two-year break. I can say that the language skill starts to be quickly lost if it is not used. Perhaps I'll have to start from the simple present tense of verbs. I study React (this is a JavaScript library, related to the topic of programming) in an open course and all the content is in English. Therefore, I am progressing much slower than I would if I didn't have a language problem. I plan to start writing short notes to discipline myself into learning the language. For a significant result, I need to study every day. But, perhaps, I'll start with three times a week. It would be great if someone could correct me.
This is closer to how I would write it. I changed 'hadn't had' to 'didn't have' because 'hadn't had' sounds like you used to have difficulty with English, whereas 'didn't have' means that English is still a problem for you. I hope this helps :)
Sep 19, 2021 6:50 PM
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Liah T.
Language Skills
English, Russian
Learning Language
English