How many years have u learned your foreign language, how is it going?
August 27, 2008 1:22am CST
I have learned English for 18 years. When I was a small kid, I didn't learn it intentionally. Here is the thing. I like American dramas. Thus, I had watched friends for ten years. This was how I learned Enlgish. However, it was just an accident. I had learned korean for 1 year. I knew a korean friend in my freshman year. I have to say that my friend's English accent was very bad. So was his Chinese. Thus, I had to communicate with him in Korean. Besides, my korean was very bad. In addition, I forgot everything. I had learned Japanese for several days. My grandpa has been in China for 70 years. He was Japanese. I was kinda interested in his native tongue. As a result, I asked him to teach me. After only several weeks, I went cold on the deal. So, I hardly speak Japanese. How many years have u learned your foreign language, how is it going?
27 Aug 08
i have learned english for about 15 years ,it is a hard period for me.in china, education in school serves for examination,so during that time,we only learn writing english,no listening and oral , so bald. i nealy give it up .till i gradulated,i began to practise it,listen,speak or watch Amercia film.and now i have great interesting on it,english is just a language,if we take it as a tool for examination,that is a mistake,i hope everyone can enjoy it
27 Aug 08
Hello! In India we were taught English from the primary level and in college the mode of teaching was English.so we gathered knowledge in English.In office also we are required to communicate in English.It is regarded as the official language so far.thus we learned this foreign language from the beginning of our career till end of the life.Learning never ends in this life.thanx.
27 Aug 08
Interesting experience you have. I had learned English from my junior school days till now.I'm working for a Japanese company and of course I needn't to speak Japanese but English. I used to watch English movies and sing English Music,that my way to keep English warm as most of my time I speak Chinese.