In America, people will always ask if “you are fluent.” This is a tough question for the language learner because there are various stages of fluency which differs depending on which country you are in.
Approximately one month and a half ago I switched careers and ventured into a position with an entirely new industry. A large American corporation with a great reputation for honest dealings with the customer and a fun beginning it has been. There is a bit of pressure, but the freedom do go out and make…… Continue reading “Moving Forward”
LPGA English only rule
I have studied foreign languages for years now and learned how to construct sentences by following some structure of pronoun, verb object and so on. However, it wasn’t until I became an English teacher that I started to see my own native language with a critical eye. The most difficult to teach would have to…… Continue reading Language