Getting English ability

I have nothing to write this morning. I'll write what pop up in my mind.

I'm doing transcript from English books to my notebook. I've already done What I Talk About When I Talk About Running, and I'm doing Hear the Wind Sing.

Recently I felt needs to know more academic writing than novels by Haruki Murakami, so I started transcript Pros and Cons, a debater's handbook. It's a little burden for me because I'm familiar with Haruki Murakami's novel translated to English, but not with a kind of academic one. My brain will be able to accept that sort of thing, though.

I'll change the theme of the entry.

I, and some Japanese English learner, know that listening in English has two levels. The one is listening sound of English, and the second is listening the meaning of English. I'm beginning to accept the sound of English in Netflix movies. It's a great progress for many Japanese English learners. For those who are solving grammar quiz every day, it's a little tough thing to do. I will be able to accept the meaning of English in Netflix movies completely in relatively near future.

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