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How did u learn English?
African Union DearDude 
:^) Title But don't write anything unless you're not a native speaker, cuz the answer would be obvious...
2018-06-22 17:02
I'm still learning but I can tell you my brief story. Basically, I've learned everything I know right now from watching TV series/movies and the internet. At first, I didn't understand english at all, I only knew a couple of basic words like "Hello, bye, etc" but then I started watching csgo tournaments in late 2015 or so (english streams only) and my english slowly started to get better. Like a year ago I decided to watch all TV shows in original voice-over (those that I would have watched anyway but in my native language). And I can definitely say that my english has improved a lot since I started watching TV series on Netflix. It helped me tremendously. I watch it in english and with english subtitles if anyone's wondering. My english is still not perfect of course and I meet a lot of unknown words while watching, I have gaps in my grammar but I'm proud of what I have achieved so far.
2018-06-22 17:04
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Indonesia Astranesia 
I'm still learning but I can tell you my brief story. Basically, I've learned everything I know right now from watching TV series/movies and the internet. At first, I didn't understand english at all, I only knew a couple of basic words like "Hello, bye, etc" but then I started watching csgo tournaments in late 2015 or so (english streams only) and my english slowly started to get better. Like a year ago I decided to watch all TV shows in original voice-over (those that I would have watched anyway but in my native language). And I can definitely say that my english has improved a lot since I started watching TV series on Netflix. It helped me tremendously. I watch it in english and with english subtitles if anyone's wondering. My english is still not perfect of course and I meet a lot of unknown words while watching, I have gaps in my grammar but I'm proud of what I have achieved so far.
2018-06-22 17:08
I'm still learning but I can tell you my brief story. Basically, I've learned everything I know right now from watching TV series/movies and the internet. At first, I didn't understand english at all, I only knew a couple of basic words like "Hello, bye, etc" but then I started watching csgo tournaments in late 2015 or so (english streams only) and my english slowly started to get better. Like a year ago I decided to watch all TV shows in original voice-over (those that I would have watched anyway but in my native language). And I can definitely say that my english has improved a lot since I started watching TV series on Netflix. It helped me tremendously. I watch it in english and with english subtitles if anyone's wondering. My english is still not perfect of course and I meet a lot of unknown words while watching, I have gaps in my grammar but I'm proud of what I have achieved so far.
2018-06-22 17:11
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Russia artyom921 
I'm still learning but I can tell you my brief story. Basically, I've learned everything I know right now from watching TV series/movies and the internet. At first, I didn't understand english at all, I only knew a couple of basic words like "Hello, bye, etc" but then I started watching csgo tournaments in late 2015 or so (english streams only) and my english slowly started to get better. Like a year ago I decided to watch all TV shows in original voice-over (those that I would have watched anyway but in my native language). And I can definitely say that my english has improved a lot since I started watching TV series on Netflix. It helped me tremendously. I watch it in english and with english subtitles if anyone's wondering. My english is still not perfect of course and I meet a lot of unknown words while watching, I have gaps in my grammar but I'm proud of what I have achieved so far.
2018-06-22 17:41
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Germany Yavex 
I'm still learning but I can tell you my brief story. Basically, I've learned everything I know right now from watching TV series/movies and the internet. At first, I didn't understand english at all, I only knew a couple of basic words like "Hello, bye, etc" but then I started watching csgo tournaments in late 2015 or so (english streams only) and my english slowly started to get better. Like a year ago I decided to watch all TV shows in original voice-over (those that I would have watched anyway but in my native language). And I can definitely say that my english has improved a lot since I started watching TV series on Netflix. It helped me tremendously. I watch it in english and with english subtitles if anyone's wondering. My english is still not perfect of course and I meet a lot of unknown words while watching, I have gaps in my grammar but I'm proud of what I have achieved so far
2018-06-22 17:45
when i was young i played pokemon on the game boy from there it was easy
2018-06-22 17:03
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Germany teamplayer2005 
school
2018-06-22 17:03
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Sweden OrNah 
I'm still learning but I can tell you my brief story. Basically, I've learned everything I know right now from watching TV series/movies and the internet. At first, I didn't understand english at all, I only knew a couple of basic words like "Hello, bye, etc" but then I started watching csgo tournaments in late 2015 or so (english streams only) and my english slowly started getting better. Like a year ago I decided to watch all TV shows in original voice-over (those that I would have watched anyway but in my native language). I can definitely say that my english has improved a lot since I started watching TV series on Netflix. It helped me tremendously. I watch it in english and with english subtitles if anyone's wondering. My english is still not perfect of course and I meet a lot of unknown words while watching, I have gaps in my grammar but I'm proud of what I have achieved so far.
2018-06-22 17:03
Why you copypasta this?
2018-06-22 17:05
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Sweden OrNah 
You copy pasted mine
2018-06-22 17:14
You're lying...
2018-06-22 17:36
Movies, games, and school of course :>
2018-06-22 17:04
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Brazil digozamaral 
School and books
2018-06-22 17:04
I didn't brush my teeth for 3 years , also I smoked a lot , when my teeth turned full yellow I could speak English fluently.
2018-06-22 17:05
OMEGALUL
2018-06-22 17:06
rofl
2018-06-22 17:08
axaxaxaxa
2018-06-22 17:10
=D
2018-06-22 17:18
oof
2018-06-22 17:42
I'm still learning but I can tell you my brief story. Basically, I've learned everything I know right now from watching TV series/movies and the internet. At first, I didn't understand english at all, I only knew a couple of basic words like "Hello, bye, etc" but then I started watching csgo tournaments in late 2015 or so (english streams only) and my english slowly started getting better. Like a year ago I decided to watch all TV shows in original voice-over (those that I would have watched anyway but in my native language). I can definitely say that my english has improved a lot since I started watching TV series on Netflix. It helped me tremendously. I watch it in english and with english subtitles if anyone's wondering. My english is still not perfect of course and I meet a lot of unknown words while watching, I have gaps in my grammar but I'm proud of what I have achieved so far.
2018-06-22 17:06
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Sweden HoIger 
Video games, shows & forums, basically only learned Yes & No at school.
2018-06-22 17:06
i watched MTV when i was like 12-13 for like 2-3 years, shit like shott of love, tila tequila, next, pimp my ride etc with original sounds and translated subtitles. with that i became pretty fluent in understanding, rest i learnt was from school
2018-06-22 17:08
gAMING
2018-06-22 17:08
#16
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Brazil ViolentProc 
reddit + tv shows + youtube + movies + games = ez tier 1.5 english
2018-06-22 17:09
#17
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Indonesia Astranesia 
at pornhub YES AHH AAHH NOHHH DONT CUM INSIDE
2018-06-22 17:09
#57
STYKO | 
Poland Skrra 
nais wan
2018-06-22 17:47
#18
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Indonesia AliceShiMa 
listening to music, watching movies and tv shows, playing games
2018-06-22 17:09
School. Go back to school u nerd. And old records and the internet when it came.
2018-06-22 17:12
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Australia enspia 
Never start a sentence with "and" Maybe it is you who should go back to school
2018-06-22 17:29
Says a guy native speaking right? Learn another language u bloody cunt
2018-06-22 17:42
#59
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Indonesia Astranesia 
+1
2018-06-22 17:48
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Russia J0YM 
School , games , listening to music.
2018-06-22 17:17
First you should learn the most used words (6000-8000) and grammar, you can learn words by yourself, and hire a teacher to learn grammar. Watch British/American movies with English subtitles, learn every unknown word/phrasal verb/idiom, listen to the language to practice your hearing skills, because their pronunciation may be cancerous and you still should understand what words they pronounced.
2018-06-22 17:17
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Poland Commonwealth 
Watching a lot of TV series Browsing english forums (like this), translating words I don't understand
2018-06-22 17:18
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Andorra dzr! 
I'm still learning but I can tell you my brief story. Basically, I've learned everything I know right now from watching TV series/movies and the internet. At first, I didn't understand english at all, I only knew a couple of basic words like "Hello, bye, etc" but then I started watching csgo tournaments in late 2015 or so (english streams only) and my english slowly started getting better. Like a year ago I decided to watch all TV shows in original voice-over (those that I would have watched anyway but in my native language). I can definitely say that my english has improved a lot since I started watching TV series on Netflix. It helped me tremendously. I watch it in english and with english subtitles if anyone's wondering. My english is still not perfect of course and I meet a lot of unknown words while watching, I have gaps in my grammar but I'm proud of what I have achieved so far.
2018-06-22 17:19
School never really helped that much. It just improved my English. I learned it from playing games in the past.
2018-06-22 17:20
HLTV
2018-06-22 17:21
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Netherlands Waduheked 
School, games and HLTV (srsly lol)
2018-06-22 17:21
#33
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United Kingdom 4Matt83 
I was born. As I grew up I learned to speak. True story.
2018-06-22 17:22
Em in Sweden they have a pretty good learning system I belive probably how I learned it but most I learned English from TV shows I watched alot of simpsons as a young child and seinfield etc then playing games online with other you are pretty much forced to talk english
2018-06-22 17:23
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Denmark VeryDanishGuy 
From minecraft in 2010 l0l0l0l
2018-06-22 17:24
#36
Petra | 
Turkey ao1 
from games, youtube, TV etc.
2018-06-22 17:24
I are nt learned engrish
2018-06-22 17:25
#38
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Ukraine dashbug 
I learned English at school and talking with native speakers in Telegram(bad idea, btw)
2018-06-22 17:27
Man I wish other countries made content as good as American and British content cause then I could learn languages through, games, movies and TV like everyone else
2018-06-22 17:31
Music and school
2018-06-22 17:34
It's not possible to learn english by listening to music, what a bullshit
2018-06-22 17:37
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Brazil theKindest 
You can study the lyrics, it's very good to learn new words
2018-06-22 17:48
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India hell_razerd 
Well..In school..Here its the compulsory language..Ppl dont consider u literate if u dont pass from an english medium school..
2018-06-22 17:37
We have compulsory english lessons in schools here in Russia and yet a majority of our nation unable to speak even basic english. It's quite embarrassing actually.
2018-06-22 17:39
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India hell_razerd 
Watever bro..Its not like knowing English is knowing everything..there are many Countries over the world who speak their own language...unlike over here..where people relate knowing English to being classy..and not knowing it to being illiterate.
2018-06-22 17:43
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Netherlands vldpkha 
Games,Probably most from Runescape
2018-06-22 17:38
From school and video games.
2018-06-22 17:40
#52
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Albania blizaardy 
School, games, music
2018-06-22 17:44
#53
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United States fallenfan 
tibia hi / sell / 2 rats/ yes/ bye
2018-06-22 17:44
#55
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CIS sergioff 
movies, tv shows, games
2018-06-22 17:45
russian in MM best english teacher
2018-06-22 17:45
I talked to a lot of horny boys online. Learned the difference between spit and swallow at the age of 14. Had to look it up in the dictionary.
2018-06-22 17:49
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CeRq | 
Russia purewhite 
found lots of people to talk with in cs 1.6 when i was like 12-13 trying to improve eversince then
2018-06-22 17:52
#62
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Germany add_aykeN_ffs 
School, Movies, Books, Videogames
2018-06-22 17:55
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