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this is what I'm personally thinking about. correct me if I'm wrong.

I like to learn english, but I'm not native english speaker. my english will not be perfect no matter how much I try harder. even I try harder than now, I can't be exactly same like a native english speaker. instead, if I need english somewhere, or talk to someone, studying it learning it and just using it. just like I'm writing here in english.

that's all. don't need to get stressed out.

what do you think? do you agree with me? or am I the only one who think like this?
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I agree with you almost completely. There are a few L2 learners who do manage through great concentration and effort to sound perfectly natural — but it is not necessary at all.
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sorry but what is L2 mean?

I guess....second language. is that right?
That's right.
ha ha hathis is what I'm personally thinking about. correct me if I'm wrong.
I like to learn english, but I'm not native english speaker. my english will not be perfect no matter how much I try harder. even I try harder than now, I can't be exactly same like a native english speaker. instead, if I need english somewhere, or talk to someone, studying it learning it and just using it. just like I'm writing here in english.
that's all. don't need to get stressed out.
what do you think? do you agree with me? or am I the only one who think like this?

It's not just you. I think any active members of international forums whose native languages aren't English and never have a chance to speak it in real life do it as well, just like me.

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