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I think I tend to take many things for granted. I've been using English for almost as long as I have lived, and it is my first language. I can speak and write in English very fluently. In fact, English is just part of my nature. However, learning another language has made me realised that as much as I can proclaim myself to be really good at one language, there is still so much that I do not know about my so-called 'native' language, and so much more to learn about English.

My teachers are not native English speakers, so they have been taught English in a way that is so different from me. They really started from the very basic fundamentals which I did not have to go through since everybody here speaks and writes English, so there are really many fundamentals which I have missed, and therefore, do not know. Thanks to them, I now finally know more about English, in addition to whatever they have been teaching me.

Which is why people who know many languages have my utmost respect, and I am striving to become multilingual as well.

I have really learnt a lot throughout this past 1 year, and I'm really very thankful. It is now time for me to end my journey in Singapore here. A new journey awaits.

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오늘 D-Day 입니다. 난, 정말 끝났어요. 시험이 넘 얼마나 어려운지 모르겠어요. 마지막 잘 하는 기회가 없어. 마지막 인사하는 기회도 없어. 넘 슬프더군요. 선생님, 난 여기에서는 인사해... 안녕히계습니다. 친구들, 난 보고 싶을 거!

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