I always think that my English is not that good but not bad either. Last Sunday I met an English teacher and he told me that my English is good. And for me, it was truly a compliment! Even though he was being a grammar police during our conversation, he asked me how did I learn English. Let me tell you how I learnt English. Back then… I didn't know the importance of English language, but my parents always forced me to take English course even though they can't speak English at all themselves. So because I like being a good daughter, I obeyed them.
As I grew older, I enjoyed learning English at the course and at school. I started to read English books and watch movies with English subtitles. And now I'm working in a company which required me to be good in English both verbal and written and I perfect my English even more by writing bllog posts here. So I practice English in my everyday life as well. Just like what everybody says "Practice makes perfect."
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