I remember that before I went abroad, I was in a dispensable state for English, until after I went abroad, I realized that English can be so important.
When I was a student, I had English classes every day, but I couldn't even listen to them. I even went to sleep in class. Although it's not too late to start to learn English again, I feel so naive at that time.
When I was in Malaysia, 90% of the people I lived in or went out were communicating in English. And I can only choose silence, or use the translator to communicate... But I really become a mute.
Since then, I have made up my mind to learn English well. Although I am a person who is looking for ways to learn
English at the same time, I believe that I can learn English as well as native speakers.
Or the next time I go abroad, I can speak English when I meet crooked nuts. Hahaha. I sometimes reply to others in English. Although I am really lacking in grammar and words, I try my best every day.
I saw the movie "Shawshank Redemption" yesterday. At the end of the movie, there is a saying "fear can hold you sinner, hope can set you free", which means "cowardice imprisons people's soul, hope can set you free".
I like this sentence very much, and I also have a deep understanding of it. Many people's life is always unable to move forward because of cowardice, because cowardice imprisons themselves, but no matter who they are, they should give back hope and live with hope.
Because if there is hope, there is freedom.
Finally, repeat the classic sentence of Shawshank Redemption: