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QW 061412 “English Learners w/o Studying Abroad Experiences”

English learners w/o studying abroad experiences are notorious for their poor speaking ability. English learners w/o studying abroad experiences are notorious for their lack of pragmatic knowledge and understanding of English speaking countries’ cultures. English learners w/o studying abroad experiences are notorious for their tendency that they’d resort to English proficiency tests available within the country in an attempt to develop their English skills. All those statements seem to hold a certain degree of legitimacy. We, English learners w/o studying abroad experiences, mush face it.

English learners w/o studying abroad experiences would almost never achieve the proficiency in English that returnees from English speaking countries or those who studies or lived in those countries for years have, let alone the native-like proficiency in English. But do they need to do so to begin with? I’m not quite sure.

I, an English learner w/o studying abroad experiences, will never blame my English proficiency, and the lack thereof, on the absence of English learning experiences outside the country. I’m always ready, even willing, to blame my poor English ability on the fact that I haven’t invested enough time and effort to realize the super-excellent proficiency that I’ve been pursuing for the past three decades. I personally believe that this theory holds true also to English learning: If you really want to be good at something, all you need to do is invest your time and effort tenaciously.

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