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23rd October 2010 17:20
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lol pretty funny stories
i started learning english in school and like most people by watching tv and playing video games.
And english is unavoidable here.
my name is Jens by the way , but don't abuse it because I have that name copyrighted
18th December 2010 07:11
I was born and raised in the US so I grew up learning English. Video games, school, siblings and parents, books... All helped me learn!
28th January 2011 06:22
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Originally posted by
I was born in Nz but english wasn'tmy first language cantonese was my first language.
I started learning the english language at kindergarden and now I speak english fluently (almost anyway) but now I can hard speak cantonese to my parents plus I try learn mandarin but that was an epic FAIL same thing happen to my younger silbings.
I want to learn Japanese but.......that is not going to well
Ahah that that happened to me too
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26th March 2012 10:13
english is a compulsory subject in my country but school is NOT where I pick up the language.. though maybe it's a contributing factor... Disney and Cartoonetwork are english right? hehe, that's my base english. Then classic novels which is basically my childhood novel. Then, in highshool, My friend came from an english-speaking family so since she sits beside me for 5 years, I speak english with her all the time. (since my country have so many race, we usually go to a school that matches our mother's language; Malay, Chinese, Tamil or English- but there's also my type of school- a merge of all races kind of school)
14th June 2012 02:28
Originally posted by
Well like the most people I learned english from school since third grade.
But due to the fact that english is a world language, it's everywhere in daily life. So even little children can pick up a few words. ;-)
Yeah, English is our second language in our country. I learned it from school. In our country it is an advantage if you know how to speak and understand english.
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13th October 2012 15:24
I'm a second generation Canadian so I grew up speaking English. I've been in the French Immersion program all through school, so I'm technically bilingual. My French is not nearly as strong as my English though.
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22nd January 00:01
I started to lern englosh in school around the age of 8 but I couldn't speak it when I was 16 (8 years of learning english right to hell). The when I was going to high school (Gymnasium here in sweden) I moved away from my parantes at the age of 16 and was going to a school with people from all over sweden and even norway, finland and a year later one from spain. When I was going in high school I started to read manga and watch anime, all with english subs so there is where I started to learn english (maybe alittle from games).
I'm really happy that I finally can speak english. Today I speak english everyday with some friends from England and US.
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