anonymous
  • anonymous
Why english people have to talk so fast? I'm not english and I is difficult for me to understand everything. Anyway this course are amazing!
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sandra
  • sandra
I think so too!
anonymous
  • anonymous
I had the same trouble when I was learning Chinese (I'm a native English speaker). I congratulate anyone who is not a native English speaker for trying to follow this.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So far I'm not having any problems at all. My native language is Frisian, my second language Dutch and English is my third language. As long as the speakers don't have any accents, I can follow it perfectly.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
So far I'm not having any problems at all. My native language is Frisian, my second language Dutch and English is my third language. As long as the speakers don't have any accents, I can follow it perfectly.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi Sandra! I´m not native English speaker. The video is subtitled, It´s a good help.
abby
  • abby
The professor's speech is also very informal, which can make things harder. Try turning on the captions (subtitles), and use that pause button! I do, and I'm a native English speaker. Good luck!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you for your advice. I hope to learn to understand English very fast.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i am a Chinese student, there's no difficulties for me to read the ppt, however to follow the lecture is hard.

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