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Arika O Author

Don't be so hard on yourself, it takes time and a lot of practice. It took me more than 10 years to be fluent in English - when we make mistakes in Javascript, we get errors very quickly. We don't have such luxury in real life, nobody tells us when we make English mistakes (or in any other language). Maybe watch as many movies as you can/ when you have time? I am learning German and I find it super difficult.

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Ali GOREN

I am trying :)

The analogy was really great. This is something like 50 tones of learning.

Sometimes, I’m asking myself, Is it too late for me. My mom still learns something. I can’t say too late.

Your words are really valuable. Thank you Silvia 🙏🏻

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Arika O Author

Your mom must be really cool. Good luck with the learning!

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Ali GOREN

Thank you ☺🙏

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Manolo Edge

English can be tough, but can be understood through thorough thought though :P

Just a little sentence I saw back in the day...

I would recommend you using something like Grammarly or similar, it has helped me a lot, because it corrects your grammar in real-time, and you can learn from it quite a bit.

Also what Silvia said about watching movies and all the content you can, will help immensely.

Also, if you can communicate, it's quite good already :)

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Ali GOREN

Actually, I can write a little bit as you understand :D

For example, I had a meeting with a customer from Mexico last week. I can't speak a native speaker.

Yes, I'm watching movies like HIMYM, etc. I always listening to music. I should find voice chat channels like Discord :)