• The first important thing to know about is who KALIFA is.Before saying something bad about me just come ask me. I’m a good person and I respect everyone. I am an African and I was born in MALI and my mother is

    • Kalifa, thank you for sharing this aspect of your life with me. It was a very interesting read learning about your heritage and how you overcame a language barrier. I read an article the otherday explaining how learning good languages is good exercise for your brain. Here is the link if you are interested: (https://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/18/opinion/sunday/the-benefits-of-bilingualism.html )
      I look forward to reading what you have to say in the future.

    • I liked how you started it off with “before saying something bad to say about me just come ask me”, it says a lot about you, and seems that you are an honest and understanding individual. This is something I can respect. I truly enjoyed learning about your life and where you come from. I am glad that you have been focused and motivated in your readings and learning English. Learning English is such a great accomplishment and you’ve already come so far. This article discusses the positives of knowing more than one language and I think you would enjoy it. https://www.fluentu.com/blog/advantages-of-learning-a-foreign-language/

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