You're all about thoughtful solidarity. Your favorite word is "problematic. I mean, come on, you even clicked on this article to better your ally skills.
What is your name? How are you today? After that you have a long awkward pause and how no idea what to say next.
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Sycophant noun — a person who heaps hollow praise and flattery on another — especially someone with wealth or power — for their own advancement or personal gain. Sycophantic adjective — like a sycophant; or, flattering and fawning in nature, obsequious. Sycophantism noun — the act of kissing up to someone for personal gain. In the same way that a parasite attaches itself to a host organism for its own benefit while bringing nothing to the tablea sycophantic person clings to a person of power, wealth, or influence for their own self-interest.
Any language is hard to learn. But whether or not English was hard to learn, I was terrible in French too. In general, I have never been good at anything related to language.
My English is terrible. Whenever I take a test involving reading and vocabulary, I freak out. I will do my best to get my reading speed up.
The trouble is, there are a lot of words to learn. Here are eight things to keep in mind on your quest for a larger vocabulary. When I'm starting out with a new language I find that recorded conversations from self-study books such as the freely available FSI courses tend to stick in my mind quite well. The reason is that they're usually very simple and the situations are familiar to us — greetings, shopping etc.
Probably the most important part of learning any language. With even just a little of it, you can express yourself without any grammar knowledge at all. Improving vocab is keybut it can be damn frustrating.