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Ana Moise

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About Ana Moise

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  • Currently studying
    French, German, Spanish, Italian and Russian
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    English, French, Spanish, German, Italian
  1. It' so good to read that I am not the only one! I do that very often when reading books and seeing movies. I just cannot help it. I personally believe it is very good to be creative and imaginative, as this helps you a lot in life, in general.
  2. It depends on the exam. If I know I have studied all that I had to study and I am sure I can do it, I am quite confident. On the other hand, if I haven't studied at all, I am very stressed and get really annoying, as I start worrying about how I am going to get out of the situation, without failing!!! I even started crying once. ))
  3. Yes, I love writing in a language that I am learning, because it helps me improve my skills and develop my grammar and vocabulary level. Even though I find it quite difficult, I do this and I love it.
  4. I first started to study English when I was 6. I still remember that the first word that I learned was 'monkey' . I was very glad because I always told my parents to take me to courses of English, so that I could learn this language. I continued studying it in primary school and in high-school and even at college. Actually, I study in English, in Romania. I chose to study in English because I thought that it would help me to improve my skills in this language, especially in grammar and vocabulary, but also at a communication level.
  5. Well, English may seem easy, but I believe it is not. Actually, when I first started to study it, I thought it was very simple (as compared with French or German), but I soon discovered it was not the case. When I started to study it at a more advanced level, I soon found out that there are many exceptions to the rules (almost in all cases) and it is quite difficult to learn the grammar, especially. As for the vocabulary, here are the collocations, the phrasal verbs, idioms and this kind of stuff, which are also quite hard to study and to remember. Therefore, I believe English is indeed a diff
  6. My favorite quotes are the following: “When I was in grade school, they told me to write down what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote “happy”. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment. I told them that didn’t understand life.” “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” “Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what you really want is someone who would take the bus with you when the limo breaks down.” “Love makes time pass. Time makes love pass.” “There may be some people that have more talent than you do, but there’s no excuse for
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