Maybe "r" and "l"

The other day I mentioned how much my English makes sense. ( Too much worried!?) That's nothing new, but it's been pestering my mind since I decided to brush up on my skills.

Luckily I had a chance to ask about it when I visited the free talk class I mentioned yesterday. We have known each other for about a decade. She warmly told me the following,

" As I recall, you told me you had difficulty pronouncing "r" and "l" perfectly when we met for the first time. Now you use complex words or high-order words, to add to that, you speak so fluently and fast that the people who met you for the first time might guess the words or means. I think he might have done that. Well, I understand what you meant in English."

I see. Yeah, she might have a point. Even though I can communicate or discuss in English to a certain degree, I'm a non-native English speaker. I might not be able to pronounce some words clearly, nor correctly.

I'll keep brushing up on my skills, keeping "Practice makes perfect" in mind.

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