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how did u learn english
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Denmark allebara 
in denmark, alot of people speak english, so naturally you pick it up fairly easily. Also playing online with friends, its also an optional language in school and u guys?
2017-10-04 10:04
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United States Quanxd 
my parents
2017-10-04 10:05
Jamie | 
United Kingdom Blorp_ 
+1 same
2017-10-05 21:11
mi no spik london
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pasha london school
2017-10-04 10:09
england is my city
2017-10-06 08:44
Turkey tastemycobra 
at school. normally, english education is shit in turkey. but i went to some school for smart kids, cuz i'm smart. so you have to be extra smart to get the education some random danish gets. life is unfair.
2017-10-04 10:10
im feeling thank you
2017-10-04 10:18
Finland Cumhur2004 
and how does a kid come smart with shitty education
2017-10-04 10:19
Turkey tastemycobra 
fuck education. i am born smart.
2017-10-04 10:23
Well u don't use propper grammar either capital letters
2017-10-04 10:25
Turkey tastemycobra 
many poets don't either. xd. if you're gonna judge my intelligence according to hltv, i have nothing to say.
2017-10-04 10:27
chelleos | 
New Zealand skux 
judging intelligence off internet forum posts xDDDDDD that's a hard fucking xd bro
2017-10-04 10:44
not judging just saying ur not using those lel, obv u dont use it on hltv i normally dont either just like now but im just saying
2017-10-04 11:28
FAKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK i bet yoou did the facepalm yourself alrdy ?
2017-10-04 12:33
? whaaaaaaaaaaat?
2017-10-04 13:00
Since when are you considered smart based on using diacritic? Did I miss something?
2017-10-04 15:17
only jonty cares about being mr.spelling police and needs to typ like if he was important.. everyone else doesn't bother using capital letters in the beginning of a sentence or a dot in the end, or even capital i when reffering to them self.. its just hltv ( it's ) SORRY.
2017-10-05 12:39
scroll down a bit before u talk ttyty
2017-10-05 13:44
Yo, in next life you should go to average school in turkey, so you can become pro player like xanatres ))
2017-10-05 12:58
Turkey tastemycobra 
wise words.
2017-10-06 08:41
who the fuck cares about capital letters on hltv? unless ur writing a fucking poem for Jonty
2017-10-04 13:05
omfg thats not the point idiot, he's saying he is smart and good in english is totaly different
2017-10-04 15:15
He is smart > He went to a good school > Better school teaches better english > His english is better
2017-10-04 15:34
Being in a good school has nothing to do with being smart, not saying that being a complete dumb gets you in harvard or yale. Irrespective of that, being 'intelligent' sounds more clearer and logical when compared with the learning ability; learning a language. The word Intelligent; is more of a complex word. One could be a number-genius, one could be emotionally intelligent(Read an article on Daniel Goleman's EI) Practically intelligent. If you want to know more about this read 'Malcolm Gladwell's book 'Story of Success'
2017-10-05 01:33
so you're assuming everything he says on the internet means he is right? little stupid ain't ya? im just sayin he doesn't use correct english. i understand its hltv i don't either but don't come blabering saying ur good at english and don't even write a sentence propperly
2017-10-05 10:56
you said "omfg thats not the point idiot, he's saying he is smart and good in english is totaly different" so you were assuming that he knows english because he is smart but no, that was not what he said.
2017-10-05 15:11
Sweden OrNah 
>smart >hltv user Pick one
2017-10-04 11:21
>Mutually exclusive issue >Your 'Pick one' Pick one
2017-10-04 11:49
lmao u kebab
2017-10-04 11:45
kebab no good in eng
2017-10-04 11:45
Russia xtkjdtr01 
smart in turkey = >70 iq(no offense)
2017-10-04 16:18
smart in russia=>1l Pure Vodka(No Offense)
2017-10-05 13:08
smart in austria = >fucks goat(no offense)
2017-10-05 14:23
Lol Wtf
2017-10-05 14:38
Russia xtkjdtr01 
2017-10-05 16:25
My experience
2017-10-05 21:09
Russia xtkjdtr01 
How the fcuk vodka can make u smart?
2017-10-05 21:10
Vodka can make you think that ur smart
2017-10-05 21:30
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Russia xtkjdtr01 
My expirience
2017-10-05 21:08
Pasha london school
2017-10-04 10:12
Long time ago I had to read *nix manuals a lot and most of them were in English.
2017-10-04 10:13
Pakistan perth 
School and stuff like TV shows, movies and games taught me basic English. Afterwards I moved to England where I learned from the people around me and eventually started to mimic the way they talked to the point where I was a fluent speaker. Then I moved to Australia and here in school I became fluent in spelling & grammar. 5 years after first moving to AU I'm fluent in everything but my writing as you might notice.
2017-10-04 10:13
Nice! Where are you from originally?
2017-10-04 16:14
i think pakistan
2017-10-05 01:26
lol, maybe he's chinese
2017-10-05 02:54
no im pretty sure he had a paki flag before and said he was from there
2017-10-05 02:57
gg enjoy the new gas stations he opens
2017-10-05 02:59
He's Australian I'm a Kiwi
2017-10-05 03:01
Pakistan perth 
Hello Sir welcome to 7/11 what can I do for you today?
2017-10-05 06:57
Pakistan perth 
Damn how do you remember what flag a random HLTV user had. Teach me ur ways
2017-10-05 06:50
2017-10-05 07:17
Pakistan perth 
Hltv pro still exists?!!!
2017-10-05 07:24
You need to install it manually and some features including chat don't work
2017-10-05 09:50
school, also ez af language only idiots cant learn
2017-10-04 10:15
As a linguist, I couldn't agree with this statement any less than I already do. Language acquisition comes naturally to anyone who has not reached puberty (excepting those suffering from such inhibitory phenomena as deafness*), and comes especially naturally to those in their formative years (1-6 years old) when phonemic sensitivity is at its peak. But acquiring a second language after puberty is a completely different issue altogether, that has absolutely nothing to do with intelligence whatsoever; and the older you get, the harder it gets to acquire and retain the information required to speak a new language fluently. And that's the key word -- fluently. In fact, it hardly ever occurs that someone who is only exposed to a language after puberty ever learns to speak that language as fluently as a native speaker. This is why modern foreign languages in English schools have been hugely unsuccessful in comparison to their European counterparts. Because they only expose the children to second languages after this 'critical period'. So... Chickity-check yo self before you wreck yo self. *Of course, this does not apply to sign-language acquisition, as a purely visible language, which studies indicate the critical period still applies.
2017-10-04 11:26
I read it all. I really appreciate constructive posts on HLTV and I have to totally agree with you. But do you think English is easier than many other languages or it’s not as easy as it seems?
2017-10-04 16:16
No language is more easy or difficult to acquire -- for a pre-pubescent learner, they will simply acquire it, provided they have sufficient stimulation during the critical period (deaf children have insufficient stimulation, for example); for adolescents and adults, difficulty will arise in a few key areas (I won't go into all of them or in too much detail though): Phonemes -- the meaningless individual sounds that make up words (lexemes) -- "cuh", "ah", "tuh", for example: Some languages use phonemes that aren't employed in other languages, that can be, either, difficult for an adult to articulate or difficult for them to distinguish between. For example, it's difficult for most English speaking adults to articulate some of the 'rolling-R's in French, and difficult again for English speaking adults to even distinguish between some of the different bi-labial plosives (Bs and Ps) in Korean. Children, on the other hand, are particularly adept at recognizing minute variations in phonemic constellations. You can look up a study called the Frequent Sucking Phenomenon, which proves this -- babies are language learning machines, and all that babbling and cooing they're doing, that's them learning how to articulate those phonemes that interest them so much. English is a gender neutral language (for the most part -- there are words like 'host' and 'hostess', for example), unlike like French or German, in which every noun has its grammatical gender which impacts the modifications that the nouns undergo (morphology) and the words in grammatical relation to them -- EINen hund, EINe katze und EIN handy, for example. English speaking adults may find it difficult to retain the grammatical genders for words on top of retaining vocabulary. As you can already start to see, there is no more inherently "difficult" language to learn, some aspects of language acquisition will come more easily to speakers of one language than another. The real difficulty in learning a new language, which lies in ALL languages, is building a brand new cognitive framework encompassing all the novel syntactical structures (past, present, future, etc.), the morphology, the idioms (nonsensical structures, like "go fly a kite," that, when translated literally, might confuse a non-native speaker) and so on and so on.
2017-10-04 16:57
United Kingdom Jonty04l32 
Couldn't agree more. A pleasure to read, thank you. :) Have a good day, fellow English speaker. :)
2017-10-04 20:09
nah, u'r so wrong. there are harder and easier languages to learn. I do speak 4 and know some basic stuff of other 2. And I bet you would struggle a lot having a bad time learning portughese, japanese, arabic or persian.
2017-10-05 01:51
I wonder if it's because of some of the things I mentioned earlier -- that those languages were difficult for you to learn? ^_^;
2017-10-05 02:52
Try learning Traditional Chinese
2017-10-05 07:41
China cescyyy 
u mean ancient Chinese
2017-10-05 12:38
he meant japanese
2017-10-05 12:46
China cescyyy 
u mean ancient Chinese
2017-10-05 12:47
i meant french
2017-10-05 12:47
China cescyyy 
dafuq is that
2017-10-05 12:48
2017-10-04 10:16
Real music.
2017-10-04 10:19
played runescape
2017-10-04 10:23
2017-10-04 12:39
I was so bad at that game, but it was sooo cool! :')
2017-10-04 20:25
19 years ago when i was 13. By playing a mmorpg called hellbreath. Took me a couple of months, but i was really willing to learn fast. Then when i tried to speak 2 years later i couldn't pronounce shit. 6 months later again with a headset it was fixed ^^.
2017-10-04 10:27
Europe EUR0PE 
I also learned english in Runescape back in 2006
2017-10-04 13:04
JW | 
Sweden bolognese 
played minecraft for 5 years at age 8 - 13 and learned english that way
2017-10-04 10:30
xenn | 
Brazil HotMan666 
Lol ur too young for this site
2017-10-04 11:51
JW | 
Sweden bolognese 
Bro I’m 17 now xddd
2017-10-04 12:00
5 years at age 8 minecraft came 2010 or 2011 you were 8 2011 or 2010 so you are 15 or 14 now
2017-10-05 12:18
JW | 
Sweden bolognese 
No minecraft came 2009 if I’m not mistaking Maybe I wasn’t 8 when I played it but I was for sure 9 or 10, and played it until 13 about But anyhow :D I learned English by playing minecraft for a few years
2017-10-05 12:55
no one played minecraft in 2009
2017-10-05 12:56
JW | 
Sweden bolognese 
2017-10-05 14:23
Norway Onkelele 
5 years of minecraft. Jesus fuck
2017-10-04 12:48
Brazil leavemeout 
+1 ahahahahaha
2017-10-05 01:48
JW | 
Sweden bolognese 
Dude was the best time of my life. CS is no where near as fun. I would play it right now, but none of my friends play it anymore
2017-10-05 12:55
School. Overall schools are shit here and you won't learn anything, but I studied in gymnasium where we had different kinds of English subjects 4/6 days a week. Improving my English with the help of Internet since graduation. Also my family hosted 2 American Peace Corps volunteers and that helped me a lot as well.
2017-10-04 10:30
Prep class in college. My score was 91/100. I watch a lot of movies. I never had a foreign friend and never been outside of Turkey but my speaking skills are good.
2017-10-04 10:37
online games + lyrics of music + being smart af thank
2017-10-04 10:37
tibia. lol
2017-10-04 10:42
2017-10-04 16:15
It was a fun game like 8 years ago xD the best game ever
2017-10-04 20:07
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Canada josef733 
I was born with it, molded by it.
2017-10-04 10:43
oh, you think english is your ally?
2017-10-04 10:46
Canada josef733 
no, its my downfall.
2017-10-04 10:58
That cracked me up!
2017-10-04 11:41
Turkey Rtax 
pc games
2017-10-04 10:46
Russia Walfii 
Pasha london school obv
2017-10-04 10:47
school and runescape = ez england
2017-10-04 10:48
Europe EUR0PE 
2017-10-04 13:05
Russia leld 
not in school
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United Kingdom daneclaw 
Born to speak English in the great nation of the UK and now I live in Sweden :(
2017-10-04 11:06
why live in Sweden why not a better place than expensive Sweden
2017-10-04 13:07
United Kingdom daneclaw 
Well I had to because my mum wanted to and so our family moved here, as such I didn't really have much of a choice and I'm planning on moving back soon.
2017-10-04 13:40
ok i hope u can get out of hell soon :D
2017-10-04 13:41
United Kingdom daneclaw 
I hope so too :D
2017-10-04 13:42
good luck it is a long and painful journey to get out of that fucked up country :D <3
2017-10-04 13:45
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Europe EUR0PE 
2017-10-04 13:05
Finland Headbangeri 
First via videogames such as Final Fantasy & Mario. But then education kicked in and I started to play a lot with other europeans, so it was necessary to learn in order to communicate properly.
2017-10-04 11:08
Learned to speak it by watching cartoons and playing videogames, and grammar in school
2017-10-04 11:09
Poland Banan_IDK 
Mostly from youtube and movies.
2017-10-04 11:11
Sweden FocuseD 
Playing games in english and also online.
2017-10-04 11:11
I cant remember, but I've been speaking since I was 7 years old. Maybe by playing games or watching something that was in english
2017-10-04 11:13
Well, I picked it up in 1997. I had some English lessons like once a week for 1 year or so. You know, to learn the grammar and how they make sentences. I then listened to power metal songs with lyrics and whenever there was a word I didn't know, I had it checked in the dictionary to know its meaning. I still do this, when I hear a word I am not familiar with, I check it in Google translate.
2017-10-04 11:15
School and playing original PlayStation games
2017-10-04 11:24
TaZ | 
Denmark allebara 
very interesting :D
2017-10-04 11:26
School, movies/TV, but mostly because of different music forums and online gaming using VOIP and such.
2017-10-04 11:28
I've always had an interest in learning english language or just any language, i had a very good english teacher in high school and that's probably why i had such passion to learn it, my school was bad but you know what?Sometimes you can find a really talented and knowledgeable teachers in a very bad environment.The teacher also spoke with british accent (even tho we had an american culture type books) and he always paid attention to the proper spelling. That's why if you would ever talk to me you wouldn't detect my russian origin due to my almost-perfect accent. Obviously i wasn't that good at english when i finished the school, but there is a great thing called internet and youtube, and i wouldn't be able to speak nor understand english at the level i do right now without these two. I'm also thankful to our beloved game that you all know, it took significant part of my english-learning journey that is still going on to this day.
2017-10-04 11:36
Nice little story, mate. You should be very proud of yourself if you only started to learn English in secondary school and speak it this well. Keep it up.
2017-10-04 11:39
Thanks man,forgot to mention that we do have english classes starting from 2-3rd grade, maybe it may vary from region to region but i also began to study english earlier, maybe even at first grade, i might be just making things up because it was so long ago, but i clearly remember getting 5; 5+ grades all the time in primary school (We have numbers as grades in russia and the highest is 5+).
2017-10-04 11:59
That's more in accordance with the stats, but still it's impressive to pick up a second language so well from just your mandated foreign language classes -- more exposure always yields better results. Nevertheless, the part of your story I liked the most was your respect and reverence for your English teacher actually.
2017-10-04 12:03
i know 4 languages and i am only 17 get on my level :D
2017-10-04 13:10
say: "im not russian, im actually a fourth brit and half australian" in vocaroo
2017-10-04 12:34
got ya fam
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school + online
2017-10-04 11:42
Netherlands Dimok_Beast 
annoying orange on youtube
2017-10-04 11:47
TaZ | 
Denmark allebara 
hahahaahha nice man
2017-10-04 12:04
Diablo 2 trading
2017-10-04 11:47
40% school 60% videogames/internet
2017-10-04 11:56
RuenScape ofc
2017-10-04 11:57
Europe EUR0PE 
2017-10-04 13:06
english cartoons on tv, video games, first foreign language taught in school
2017-10-04 11:59
school + wow
2017-10-04 12:12
Israel BoyMcFacto 
+1 wow helps
2017-10-05 14:17
My mother was an English teacher, plus I started watching tv shows and movies in English since I was pretty young, it was natural
2017-10-04 12:14
Brazil IguiN 
In Brazil, we have english as a matter for all the medium and high school...
2017-10-04 12:17
2017-10-04 12:18
By watching TV-Shows, i was badass in school i did'nt learn shit there.
2017-10-04 12:26
Sweden bbq2213 
school and tv shows (learned a lot from watching shows, both accents and expanding vocabulary)
2017-10-04 12:29
played my dads pirated video games when i was around 6yrs old
2017-10-04 12:31
mostly from gaming and watching series
2017-10-04 12:35
A combination of school, TV shows/movies, and just generally taking a natural interest in it so I studied it a little in my free time as a kid. Also gaming and the fact that I lived and studied in England for a year, which were probably way more influential factors.
2017-10-04 12:43
school, tv shows, parents, csgo pro matches, hltv, music, movies etc.
2017-10-04 12:47
NiKo | 
Sweden ikofan 
By watching movies
2017-10-04 12:48
Vietnam yunfei 
game onl internet school music btw me no speak london
2017-10-04 12:51
Luxembourg alex24 
watching MTV and Cartoon Network as a kid from 1992 also i got my first PC in 1995, so i had to learn english, writing MS-DOS commands
2017-10-04 12:52
Mainly from PC and TV. Been playing games and watching english cartoons(rip cartoon network)/movies since i was 7-8 y/o, so naturally english was quite easy for me in school. Got 90 points out of 100 in the national english exam in 12th grade, so i'm happy with my english skills considering i can speak 4 languages.
2017-10-04 12:53
Finland coswell 
TV and games. Helped to be in a French-Finnish school from day one also. Kept me thinking in different languages. Traveling and online games helped me "master" it. Never really studied for English exams in high school or uni and still got 80-100% on exams.
2017-10-04 12:58
obligatory subject in primary and most secondary schools in slovenia
2017-10-04 13:05
NEO | 
Denmark Bqlle 
Well apparently you're making a difference between just speaking english and speaking it fairly well. Because it is literally wrong to say "fairly easily". Go study harder :)
2017-10-04 13:06
I learned basics at school. The rest thanks to travels and internet.
2017-10-04 13:15
hardstyle | 
Turkey B^S 
movies,series,games etc
2017-10-04 13:17
I'm British
2017-10-04 13:39
English is the main language spoken at school and stuff in the US so ye..
2017-10-04 13:41
Mostly TV when I was a kid + some random English books for 1st graders that my mom brought from abroad. Then in middle school from English lessons + we bought a pc and got internet about that time and that made things way easier regardless of learning English
2017-10-04 13:45
School, but started minecraft at age 11(7 years ago) and youtube videos
2017-10-04 15:40
6% school, 93% internet, games (I actually got interested in learning english after playing minecraft, minez to be exact), movies, music
2017-10-04 15:50
United States Quanxd 
2017-10-05 23:01
Sweden crindz 
we learn it at school at a young age, internet and games helps. we don't dub tv programs and movies so you always hear english and get very used to it.
2017-10-04 15:54
i didnt
2017-10-04 16:20
Turkey lulpump1 
In school
2017-10-04 16:21
I learned it first from school (at 11 y/o) and I totally loved it. i am from France at first, and I learned the language as well as I could, with use of video games like Minecraft at the time (I would record videos of me speaking in English - watching them now is pretty much painful but I was decent at English). Then I moved to Montreal in Canada and I really improved my English thanks to this. I was a bit lucky to move in there but you can definitely learn English through video games and school even if the country has shit English education.
2017-10-04 16:24
twice | 
Korea Tzuyu 
2017-10-04 16:36
Consuming english content since the age of 6. Books, games, TV, movies. Never really learned anything in school since I was always so much further ahead of what was being taught, except for some specific/professional terms excluded from every day use.
2017-10-04 16:46
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internet I guess
2017-10-04 20:11
fnx | 
Norway Daeh15 
school and internet
2017-10-04 20:12
Ukraine VeryDearGuy
2017-10-04 20:14
I learnt English by watching lots of porn by Brazzers and Naughty America
2017-10-04 20:15
Turkey oz1ko 
arent most of the people of the india speak english ?
2017-10-04 20:20
Yeah...but I don't have I learnt from porn...So my vocabulary is often limited
2017-10-04 20:22
Brazil Setrock 
2 factors... 1) I study in an international school since I was little, so I grew up speaking english all my life basically. Only english is allowed in my school so I speak english the whole day basically, I will speak my 1st language ocasionally, but mostly english specially in class. 2) Internet, I guess. LOL
2017-10-04 20:17
Poland Pati23 
School, internet, games
2017-10-04 20:17
Turkey oz1ko 
Maybe its kinda weird but i learned from youtube, the videos that includes the compilation of 2pac's songs were always playing while i was playing 1.6 i was 11-12. But i learned grammar at the school i think you can guess easily xd
2017-10-04 20:17
Ukraine c63 
Even though i was raised in New York, I learned most of my english from Runescape.
2017-10-04 20:18
Brazil sant1[v] 
Video games, playing online (tibia and Ragnarok), regular school, english schools
2017-10-04 20:29
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Germany godn 
playing online, Movies, Music...
2017-10-05 01:34
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
English isn't "optional" in Danish schools, you fakeflagging retard.
2017-10-05 01:28
Italy marxie 
So you think school can teach you a language? Hahahahahahaha
2017-10-05 07:41
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
Another colossal idiot.
2017-10-05 08:35
TaZ | 
Denmark allebara 
we started learning it at grade 2 onwards you go to college, its an optional course? idiot
2017-10-05 13:09
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
You said it was optional in school. It isn't. It is obligatory. Maybe you should have paid more attention in class.
2017-10-05 14:16
TaZ | 
Denmark allebara 
well i suppose i made a mistake then? since im currently at college i just linked this post with that, suppose i didnt take into account people still went to primary school on this website.
2017-10-05 14:20
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
"School" doesn't just mean university. You don't "suppose" shit, you are VERY WELL aware that you made a mistake. Don't be an ass and just own up to it, haha.
2017-10-05 14:21
TaZ | 
Denmark allebara 
yea sure u got me feel good about urself plz
2017-10-05 14:32
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
2017-10-05 16:59
Italy marxie 
0/8 brah
2017-10-05 14:04
KK | 
Denmark s0denone 
Go back to Yugoslavia
2017-10-05 14:16
Italy marxie 
go learn english in school xD
2017-10-05 16:32
Xyp9x | 
Romania Old_Guy 
When you get given your first PC at the age of 5 it kinda tends to stick on to you
2017-10-05 01:37
Russia grEminence 
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Lithuania Eddie_Black 
going to school in uk
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Brazil leavemeout 
Basic in school, the rest in english forums in internet, like HLTV.
2017-10-05 01:48
Playing online with old friends, CS 1.6 Zombie Mod like 10 years ago. That was a really fun time :) There's some mods from HL2 and Garry's Mod too that i don't remember the name now :( Series and subbed animes is a good way to learn too. My English is not that good but i can understand almost everything. I mean i can understand if you write, but if you say it fast on the microphone.... meeeh
2017-10-05 01:57
Albania streetfame 
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Argentina YH!one 
I went to English tertiary courses for 3 years because the English they taught me during my high school time was still pretty basic and boring. I adquired a lot more vocabulary and improved my pronunciation on my own reading, listening to music, watching series, movies, youtube videos and TV shows in English.
2017-10-05 02:24
Brazil Banaburguer 
Watching videos on Youtube, playing Minecraft and learning the basic rules on school
2017-10-05 02:39
Norway zyxsaje 
School, TV & Games.
2017-10-05 02:58
wc3 made me do that
2017-10-05 06:53
school, university and tv shows, podcasts, music.
2017-10-05 06:53
Brazil XEMBAO 
2017-10-05 07:41
Europe de_insertion 
from games you can simply play games in turkish language in here but i always chose english to just see what is that language. then the rest was easy. used apps in english (my phone too) and used some apps to practice my english with different people. the english lessons were so shit to me because i already knew it and i was sleeping in every lesson. then i find out hltv and its just good as shit
2017-10-05 07:47
liTTle | 
CIS Dowa) 
i did in my school of life
2017-10-05 07:50
I haven't learned english so far. I have big problems with grammar
2017-10-05 07:53
Games, memes, tv series and hltv:)
2017-10-05 07:53
games porn hltv movies school memes
2017-10-05 09:00
Gta Vice City and San Andreas
2017-10-05 09:27
and u r still trash when u try to speak it lul, get on swedish /norwegian lvl
2017-10-05 09:34
Poland Kresowy 
Bladurs Gate with dictioanry
2017-10-05 09:55
World ruyy 
I've been playing Dark Orbit for 5 years.. I really miss this game :(
2017-10-05 11:03
Hungary KovaHUN 
I had a private teacher, which helped the most, but i improved my vocabulary mostly on the internet. I watch every youtube video in english, and got to know a lot of phrases, uncommon words.
2017-10-05 11:04
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Korea kaiske10v 
living in uk and canada before
2017-10-05 11:07
Runescape and Arma 2
2017-10-05 12:19
Csgo :D
2017-10-05 12:23
Moldova OptimusBlyad 
<3 pasha biceps london school
2017-10-05 12:28
ME don’t speak da English
2017-10-05 12:29
my english was pretty good when I was 13 already, from following a lot of US sports. I think I refined it during school but since then it has gotten a lot worse again xD even though I follow alot of cs...x)
2017-10-05 12:32
United States zachary998 
I forgot
2017-10-05 12:32
CIS Merlas_mtk 
Hi, sorry for my bad english.
2017-10-05 12:41
YouTube,Sims3 and Minecraft X)
2017-10-05 12:43
i learn english with porns.
2017-10-05 12:44
school and afterwards by watching series/movies and reading books. You gotta keep in touch with a language, too many bad habits I took over from school or things (grammar, syntax, prepositions etc.) I didn't learn properly f.e. My CS mates from britain never corrected me, unfortunately, which people should - if you want to get above or to a certain level and get rid of the mistakes you are not aware of, a native speaker is essential. But I'm glad I can understand what I can, always helpful and as for movies I couldn't stand voice overs and dubbing anymore - the voice, how things are pronounced and so on, is a part of acting. I wouldn't want to miss that part anymore.
2017-10-05 12:47
Russia skipster 
school inb4 "lul ruski education" "rash b" My school has deepening into English and mathematics
2017-10-05 12:51
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Denmark allebara 
so many cool stories :) thnx guys
2017-10-05 13:09
2017-10-05 13:09
internet, video games, youtube videos, school and travels
2017-10-05 13:48
France AnTr3aS48 
from World Of WarCraft back at 2006
2017-10-05 13:49
Israel BoyMcFacto 
2017-10-05 14:17
Learned English during school in Copenhagen :)
2017-10-05 13:53
i had some private classes for few years with friends. like 10 of us in a small classroom and we all knew each other, it was nice and teacher was so good.
2017-10-05 14:20
mostly from internet i didnt go much to school i was rather chilling outside and playing football or cs 1.3 with my friends and enjoying life instead of getting programmed to being a slave for the working market. most stuff i learned from internet how to handle my bills,taxes,finances all learned from youtube. school is useless modern school system is like slavery.
2017-10-05 14:34
Through UT99, WC3 and eventually WoW
2017-10-05 14:51
2017-10-05 17:04
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Brazil Exfm 
From playing too much THPS2, 3 and 4.
2017-10-05 21:09
Portugal seccaZ 
England is my city
2017-10-05 21:10
Brazil digozamaral 
School and internet
2017-10-05 21:12
Chinese Born American here, i've basically been able to speak english fluently (without that lame typical asian accent ofc xD) although the downside is that my chinese is so bad lol
2017-10-05 21:14
Australia Summer Course, in Brisbane.. 6 months
2017-10-05 21:19
It's not big deal learning and getting fluent in enlish it's just a matter of patience and consistency, although you have to accept that youll never get as natural and fluent as a native speaker, if you dont spend your first 10or so years in a english speaking country youll never retain the full fluency as your brain will subconsciously process in your mother tongue, its not a matter of simple talks(that can be easily mastered in some years) but the ability of processing high level information without backing it with your first language system
2017-10-05 21:31
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