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Ask Robby: Why Do I Start Forgetting English After Moving Back to My Country?

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In this video I’m responding to Arzhin’s comment which you can read here and here’s what he asks:

Robby I have been in an English country for 4 years. So I could speak English very well. Then I backed to my homeland. So since one year ago I am living on my homeland. But because here is no one to talk with, and no one speaks English here. So I feel that I am forgetting things. Please tell me what to do!

Also, he goes on to ask the following:

Once I read that you know 3 languages fluently how don’t you mix them? Or forget them? I need that technique!

Well, here’s my video response, and I hope that all of you are going to find it useful! 😉

Merry Christmas Everyone ❗

Cheers,

Robby

Comments on this entry are closed.

  • Thanks a lot for the New Year wishes, and Many Happy Returns to You!!!
    Speaking of people treating you differently – well, yes, it’s totally true. It shouldn’t be like that because just because you can’t speak English well doesn’t necessarily mean you’re less intelligent, but unfortunately that’s the way it goes!
    Chat soon,
    Robby

  • sexy

    Dear Robby,

    It’s not too late for me to wish happy new year.

    I am quit busy lately (even before).

    A week ago I noticed that people will treat you differently if they know that’s you can speak English (with politely style, not corky). My experience with dentist.

    I agree practices make perfect and I don’t have to be shy to make mistake and flaunt my strength not my weakness.

    Miss you Robby. See you.

  • Thanks for your understanding! 😉

  • arzhin

    No problem robby I don’t mind.
    Thanks for you video again.

  • Hi Arzhin,
    Sorry about that, for some reason I just assumed it’s a man’s name without looking into it, I hope I didn’t make you feel very uncomfortable about that!
    I guess I’m going to have to start doing a little bit of research into this kind of thing when I’m responding to comments in the future! 😉
    Cheers,
    Robby

  • Arzhin

    Thanks very much robby.
    That was very important to me.
    I appreciate that. But you would be better to say (she says) . But that doesn’t matter 😉 <3