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Teacher_Rhoda, Posted: 2015-11-09 10:55:45
Learning English and being good at it are two different things. How good is good for you? When do we say: "My English is enough"? Or do you need to study and practice again?

LorenceMerk, Posted: 2016-08-06 05:47:29

If you are a non-native speaker you need to practice everyday to improve your skills in English. It's mandatory if you want to be an expert one.
jarame jarame, Posted: 2016-08-10 00:43:34

When you realise that you are able to easily convey your thoughts in the dialect of the community you live with, you can say that your English is enough.
jimmy689 jimmy689, Posted: 2018-03-07 02:05:17

hi, Rhoda
i am Jimmy from China . Looking for English-speaking parters to give on-line english lessons for Chinese kids/teens .

if you are interested , please kindly contact me .

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