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How I learn to speak English in a year! . Ever wondered how babies pick up their mom's talk? It's like this: they start by playing detective with mom's chatter, then bam! About a year later, they drop their first word bomb. Fast forward a bit, and they're mini Chatty Cathys, spouting short sentences left and right. Five years down the line, they're ready to tackle reading and writing. So, learning a language? Best bet is to start by soaking up the sounds around you. Sure, you might only manage "yes" or "no" at first, but hey, Rome wasn't built in a day! Difference between us and baby linguists? We don't bail after our first "aha" moment; we keep truckin'. Even genius babies take their time to blurt out their first word. So chill, buddy! And when babies bust out with "mama," it's not their only trick. They've probably got a stash of words tucked away. So, building your vocab? Key. But how do you pick 'em? No one-size-fits-all. Dive into topics that tickle your fancy, whether it's survival skills or celeb gossip. Just pick something that makes you grin ear to ear. So, there you have it, my take on the language rodeo. Hope it gave you a chuckle! Now spill the beans - what's your secret sauce for mastering a new language?
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It's time to talk about breakfast again. Having breakfast might be one of the most important parts in most people's daily life. After opening eyes in the morning, the first thing comes into my mind is food. A bowl of noodles with stunning aroma, or a piece of bread with a cup of coffee usually makes me to be mouthwatering and energetic. But it's a challenge to choose what food to eat everyday, because no matter how fantanstic the noodles or bread are, I can't eat them every day. Just like ajoke says even if you wife is Monica Bellucci, you'd better keep her at arm's length in order to keep the feeling of freshness. So, a variety of food have appeared on my table for breakfast, but the problem still doesn't solve due to thousands different kinds of food and my picky stomach. I often cook breakfast in my kitchen with a beautiful tune made by a oven, a stove, and a kettle. "Pingping, Pangpang, Dingding, Dongdong, Wuwu“. It sounds great!
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