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myreallife85

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About myreallife85

  • Rank
    Language Newbie

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  • Currently studying
    French
  • Native tongue
    Arabic
  • Fluent in
    English
  1. Learning about other countries is very interesting for me, I love literature and history. It's some sort of curiosity at times. Making friends from a different country makes me want to learn their languages.
  2. It's funny to think about it and find that my native language is the hardest for me; learning Arabic of writing and reading is not a big deal, but the hardest is of deep learning, it's not easy. For me, I feel excited when I learn languages. It's like a hobby for me. :grin:
  3. As I expected, most votes for French, French people are romantic, but I don't feel it when I hear them talking. I think I do feel it while hearing Japanese and Italian.
  4. I would like to learn japanese, I have been interested in japanese literature. It's interesting to be able to do it soon. When I think about it, i find myself want to learn many languages. It's nice to do it!
  5. I text my friends and relatives informally for sure. We do use shortcuts and abbreviations along with emotions and special words we create between us.
  6. I though I don't, but I found that I do care. I take a notice of what my friend looks like while talking and his accent that I sometimes laugh at him. I do care when I speak it, I try my best to do it right with propr conversation style too.
  7. “Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.” ― Mark Twain “If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything.” ― Mark Twain
  8. Well, it's something common with most people. I make significant mistakes these days with spelling words. It's not I don't know them, it's about forgetting or getting confused. I don't know exactly the reason, but while I keep on using them, I tend to remember.
  9. This is already happening to me these days. I have been forgetting how to express certain emotions and words in my native language that I feel bad because of it. Maybe because of using English all the time.
  10. “When it is dark enough, you can see the stars.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson “I cannot remember the books I've read any more than the meals I have eaten; even so, they have made me.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson
  11. I love quotes generally especially motivating and inspirational ones. One of persons I notices and read their quotes much is Ralph Waldo Emerson. Mark Twain too is popular with his quotes.
  12. Google translate is helpful sometimes, but I always wonder why won't they do something to improve it to be more helpful. Many applications and websites are providing better services. I hope it gets improved as I need it much during studying.
  13. I started it at Grade school. I liked learning English since I was a little kid. It was like a hobby to me. I did really well from back then. I still want to learn more and explore more about it. It's the main language anyway, so it is a must to do well at it.
  14. Oh, i feel terrible when it comes to exams. No matter how good i am or how much i learn or study, i freak when it comes closer. I just get anxious that i may forget what i have studied. I still do it till now. It's my nature, i can't do much to cure this illness :grin:
  15. I like English quotes very much. I enjoy reading and learning them much. It's like a hobby to me. I like Ralph Waldo Emerson: “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” I admire this quote.
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