I have such a problem in French with masculine and feminine nouns. I never know if something is le or la so I just choose one (50% chance of getting it correct, right?) Now my children are older, they always correct me when I get it wrong, usually while I'm trying to talk to someone in my best French.
Do you always know how to respond in English? Even if you have been learning English for a while, you may not know useful phrases for every situation. Here are 24 phrases you need to know if you want to speak natural English.
I was totally amazed by this talk. As Terry Moore says, you think when you get to this age, one life skill you've nailed is tying your shoelaces.
Well, watch this and you might change your mind...
(I've added the English subtitles on here to help you.)
When you've nailed something, it means you can do it perfectly or successfully.
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