My english has improved a lot since 2009. I spent 2 years in a course and before it, my english was based on music and movies (it was great, by the way. I could skip 2 segments because of it) - but I had to leave because I'm studying for college tests (vestibular, oh shit). I don't think I'm going back to the course though. I plan on traveling for a short period of time just to finally get fluent in english and focus on another language - like french, japanese or korean - and overcome a big issue: insecurity. I'm very insecure with my english xD I have to think a lot before talking and I always think I'm doing some grammar/pronunciation mistake.
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So uhhh.. I found this site a couple of minutes ago and it is definitely the finding of the year lol I love languages, but I have to admit I'm too lazy to learn. I mean, I like to learn but I learn more and better if I have some guidance. For example: last year I grew an interest in korean. In the be