@gabikapiotr yeah but like most languages, some parts are easy to learn, and a lot is difficult! Haha! I can give you one now! Hehe 😋 "When my English is perfect" Or "When I'm fluent in English" ☺️ also notice I put "English" with a capital "E". Same with for example "Spanish", "Polish" etc. I like people to tell me the same in Japanese when I make a mistake. This app is pretty awesome!
@gabikapiotr I'd use "will be" more for: "I will be good at English one day" that's more a goal for the future. If you say: "when I am fluent in English" that's more like... when you have achieved the goal in the future. If that makes sense?
@gabikapiotr Hi! Sorry, I've been very busy! I just honestly really like the sound of Japanese, I find it nice to listen to, would love to visit there too. I also really like that it's completely different the way that they write :). The culture interests me! How about you with English?
That's ok ☺ I live in uk and I love british accent. My dream is speaking fluently English. I start to study accounting course with distance learning. It's very good way improve my English. It's not easy sometimes, especially when my English is not perfect, but I want to learn and learn. I love Spanish language too, but for now is English more important language
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