Do you have any suggestion?

  1. The problem is my english.Today was my english lesson and it was disappointing for me.Gramma is so hard.last time i thought that i undestand what we are taking,but today was erything so confusing.Maybe i was today a littel to tired,because on the morning i had a course about ear,nose,throat(ENR) deases and trauma.What you think? Dose it help me , if im reading yours storys in USA hospitals?Should I shame my english?
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    Joined: Jan '02; Posts: 13


  3. by   JW-HLC
    Don't be upset, English is a difficult language to learn. You are doing very well to be able to join in the discussions. You will get good days and bad days but keep going and you will be surprised how well you will do.
  4. by   purplemania
    I am so jealous. You are learning to be a nurse and learning a difficult language at the same time. What a challange! You must be highly motivated and intelligent. Every good thing in my life began with a struggle and I am sure that one day you will look back on this time as the beginning of many good things too. Good luck.
  5. by   P_RN
    Riniia you are doing well. English is a hard language to learn. Just take your time. If there is ANY QUESTION please ask.

    All those ENR diseases are hard to learn too. Maybe your brain was just tired.

    Please keep coming here.

  6. by   highasthesky
    I agree with the others 100 percent, you are doing great! My ten year old daughter and I decided to learn Spanish, mainly because of the great number of students moving to her school. People learn different, but I'm not one that can hear or read something once and then know it. I have to actually study, and hear it over and over. We bought a CD Rom that tells the word in English, then translates it to Spanish. It's so easy that my daughter knows more than I do! They had any launguage that you could possibly think of, even English. They also had cassette tapes and vcr tapes. This may be something that would help you. Good luck, and don't get discouraged! It's obvious that you've learned way too much to stop now!
  7. by   dawngloves
    You speak better English than I speak Estonian!
    You're a better person than me for being multi lingual. Good Luck!
  8. by   nicola
    Good for you for being brave enough to post in English! When I was learning Spanish, there were people who were too shy to speak or write. That's the only way you learn a language. If you have any questions about English, please feel free to post here and let us try to help. (My mother was an English teacher, so I'm pretty good at those kinds of things... )
  9. by   CATHYW
    You must be a very talented person, to be able to study nursing AND English, at the same time! Try not to expect yourself to be perfect (that happens with a lot of nurses). Take breaks to clear your mind, and ask for help whenever you need it.

    We're cheering for you!