Be more like children!
I have a daughter that recently became two years old.
She is now starting to talk and it is the cuttest thing in the world.
By watching her learning how to speak I am starting to realize how simple learning a language should be and how complicated we make it seem.
Children watch you speak, look at how your mouth moves and do the same, its what is called mimicking.
Also, remember that children are not afraid to make mistakes so they do them all the time and thats how they learn.
So guys, my advice for you today to become a better English speaker is "think sipmle and be more like children"
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Today I had one of my first experiences with cyber bullying. I logged into my Instagram this morning and somebody had commented on one of my pictures, somebody that I didn’t even know commented and told me that I looked like a boy. And honestly I was devastated I cried and I felt really bad about myself. If it wasn’t for the support system that I have I don’t think I would’ve been able to turn my day around and have a positive day. I have deleted the person and blocked them from my account but it’s just one of the things that makes me question why it’s OK for people to tear somebody that you don’t even know down? I think we should empower each other I don’t think that we should say mean and hateful comments. For many people who might not have a support system, that can really tear them down and hurt them in more ways than just their self-esteem and their emotions. Sometimes it’s easy for people to hide behind a screen and not think of how their world makes somebody else feel. The person you are saying these things to could really be going through something hard in their lives and a comment like that could be the last straw. Think about what you say to others. That’s all I ask.
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