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"As you may have seen, I'm a Portuguese native speaker. However, what you don't know is that I'm very passionate about languages in general, which is why I decided to study Applied Languages at university. Among all the languages I've "come across" so far -- English, Spanish, French, Italian and Mandarin --, the truth is (American) English is undoubtedly and by far the one I love the most, which is why I want to be an English teacher in the future. Notwithstanding my good level of the language, one can always learn new things and improve certain aspects. Therefore, I appreciate all the help you can give me in improving my fluency and in achieving proficiency."
Does this sound natural? If so, how may I improve it and make it more advanced?

Thanks in advance

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"As you may have seen, I'm a Portuguese native speaker. However, what you don't know is that I'm very passionate about languages in general, which is why I decided to study Applied Languages at university. Among all the languages I've "come across" so far -- English, Spanish, French, Italian and Mandarin --, the truth is (American) English is undoubtedly and by far the one I love the most, which is why I want to be an English teacher in the future. Notwithstanding my good level of the language, one can always learn new things and improve certain aspects. Therefore, I appreciate all the help you can give me in improving my fluency and in achieving proficiency." 
Does this sound natural? If so, how may I improve it and make it more advanced?

Thanks in advance
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