I am Sam. I’m newbie for 43things. Thanks God. I think this is very good start for my future goals to make come true. I know my English is very poor. If I am wrong pls, tell me. All suggestion are really appreciate. Have a nice day. 9 months ago
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After a long gap I started listening to it a month ago but havent been able to listen to it as directed. I only do it when I go to work ie, 3 days a week. But I must say it is a really good one. the vocabulary lessons are good. 17 months ago
I’ve been thinking lately, especially when I’ve been feeling particularly brain dead and unable to learn much new despite really trying, whether I should consider moving to an English-speaking country instead of a Spanish-speaking one. As much as I love Spanish and Spain, I really haven’t felt like I’ve the brain capacity for learning a new language lately, so I’m wondering whether I should make life easier for myself and move to an English-speaking country first and live there until I feel like I’m ready to learn a new language… after all, I do want to improve my English as well, so I’d be glad to do that too.
Decisions, decisions. I haven’t really thought of this before, and now I’m not sure which English-speaking country I’d like to live in… Might be the US actually, which is strange because I’ve never thought of living there, but now that I think of it, it could be interesting. There’d be so much to choose from, so many different states and cities… another option might be Australia.
I have to say that the idea of having to only improve my English feels very relaxing as I can most of the time express what I think, which I really can’t do in Spanish, so getting to know people would be much easier too if I could speak English. In Spanish, I could imagine having much harder time getting “in” because I couldn’t discuss about anything beyond the weather and the basics… of course my Spanish would improve with time, but I still wonder whether I should take the easy way out.
Hmm. 21 months ago
i am learning english 3 years ago and i am looking forward to become a fluent in english 21 months ago