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keep coming and coming and coming and coming = as followers who just follow others(leaders)?

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Mr. Ballmer, 51, is a famously fierce competitor. To him, failure is never an option. “If we don’t get it right at first, we’ll just keep coming and coming and coming and coming,” he said in an earlier interview.
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NL888keep coming and coming and coming and coming = as followers who just follow others(leaders)?

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Mr. Ballmer, 51, is a famously fierce competitor. To him, failure is never an option. “If we don’t get it right at first, we’ll just keep coming and coming and coming and coming,” he said in an earlier interview.
Hi,

If we don't get it right, we'll just keep doing it until it is right. The string of coming shows the determination.
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Thanks for replying.

But would you like to tell me the secret why you could get it so well since you are in Vietnam ? Is English your native language? The name Hoa Thai is absolutely Vietnamese! Are you an English teacher/professor in college there?
NL888 Thanks for replying.

But would you like to tell me the secret why you could get it so well since you are in Vietnam ? Is English your native language? The name Hoa Thai is absolutely Vietnamese! Are you an English teacher/professor in college there?
Hi,

Thanks for the kind words.

Vietnamese I am! Emotion: smile

English is one of the foreign languages that I have learned for many years, and I still have a long way to learn. I am teaching Vietnamese to foreigners in Vietnam. To communicate well with them, I must achieve a level of proficiency that is comparable to a semi-native English speaker's. That takes time and determination. I do love teaching and sharing. That helps me explore many ways to deliver my messages. And that in turn helps me find different angles to learn another language. There are many proven methods to learn a second language well. However, in the end, we must find our own way after we get to an intermediate level (to me that is when we can use the language comfortably in daily conversation). What has been working for me is reading anything I can get in my hands. I also spend time listening to / watching various news and entertainment programs that are broadcasted in English. Finally, I write everything that I learn using my own words and often go back and rewrite them until I am satisfied. Then I rewrite it again using new words that I learn - removing rough edges by polishing and keeping polishing.

One thing that I would recommend to you is when you write a sentence, try to use a dictionary to verify the meaning of the new words that you use. Form a short sentence and search for its use on the Internet, especially when you deal with prepositions. The difficulty for all of us is to separate the good English from the poor ones. If you cannot resolve the problem yourself, bring it to the forum. One more thing, don't try to learn so many things at the same time. Find one item that you feel uncomfortable with and attack it from many angles until you feel free from the bewilderment. Once you get there, write a note to yourself, explaining things (again) in your own words. That's my way. I hope it helps.
In addition to admiration of your industry, I concluded your reply as follows:
1) Good environment (with so many foreigners around)
2) Personal wisdom
3) Proper standard to hold against what have yet to accomplish

Please correct me if you think the conclusion is flawed.
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