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Please don't always say and think "My English is Very Bad"!

Be happy or do something about it!

Choose = You are OK  or You are Very Bad.

make a decision

Most are making excuses which is not necessary. 

You choose, no matter what anyone else thinks.

It isn't important if you can do everything you want. 

Don't worry about what others think. 

If you can communicate what you need and are happy, don't worry. 

You don't need to apologize that your "English is not good". 

If people understand you, it is fine!

Then why say "My Pronunciation is very bad"?

Deep in our hearts, we all know the answers. 

When we learn a new language, everyone knows it takes effort and time.

Many people say my English is very bad.

Or my pronunciation is very bad.

It is almost as if we need to tell people so they are not shocked. 

Really, do you think people can decide if they think you are bad?

Do we need to tell them?

Deep in our hearts, we all know the answer.  

When we learn a new language, everyone knows it takes effort and time.

Maybe you know you have not put in enough time?

Many people say my English is very bad.

Or my pronunciation is very bad.

Is this a good idea? 

It is so common.  Do you say it? 

How do you feel when you say that? 

You could say so many other things like:

I am a beginner.

I am learning English. 

I do not know a lot of English. 

Those are not as negative. 

When you see a good friend being negative what do you do? 

You encourage them and say don't say things like that! Right?

Choose= Improve pronunciation (below)

Or Be Happy = You Are Good Enough!

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