A to Z Dear Jack 18 | “Feeling Lost in Language”

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Dear Jack,

I am a student from [Country] studying in an English-speaking country. I find it challenging to make friends because I am not confident in my English skills. I often worry about making mistakes and being misunderstood. Do you have any advice on how I can improve my language skills and feel more comfortable interacting with native speakers?


Feeling Lost in Language

The phrase “fake it till you make it” is often used to convey the idea of acting with confidence and assurance, even if you may not feel entirely competent or confident in a given situation. It suggests that by outwardly portraying confidence and competence, you may eventually gain the skills or confidence you initially lacked.

“Peas and carrots” is a phrase that is often used together to describe things that go well together, much like the two foods in a classic culinary combination. The term has found its way into popular culture, often used to represent harmony or compatibility.

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