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Hello. I would like to chat with other people who also do not have English as their first language. How are you adapting around here on the forum and on the website? Do you think it is easy or is it difficult? Can you talk to customers and understand what they want without difficulty?

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I see that your English is quite good so I don’t think it should be difficult for you to communicate or understand your customers 😉

There are certain things that come with experience aka what questions to ask, creating your workflow, different cultures etc
But all in all you can get used to that

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I see that your English is quite good so I don’t think it should be difficult for you to communicate or understand your customers 😉

There are certain things that come with experience aka what questions to ask, creating your workflow, different cultures etc

But all in all you can get used to that

Oh, Thank you for your answer. I think your answer even gave me more confidence in my work.

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English is not my mother tongue but English seems to me to be the best language. Because even though not everyone has the same feeling in their mother tongue through English, it is very easy to provide the feeling. I think it can be mastered very easily if you want.

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Russian is my native language yet I learned English purely from roleplaying with other people via forums and online games and it helped a lot (via live interaction) to easily communicate with others. However, not all clients are rich on words or descriptions and sometimes you’ll have to ask specific questions no matter how many it’ll be, to understand a full picture of one’s order.

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Russian is my native language yet I learned English purely from roleplaying with other people via forums and online games and it helped a lot (via live interaction) to easily communicate with others. However, not all clients are rich on words or descriptions and sometimes you’ll have to ask specific questions no matter how many it’ll be, to understand a full picture of one’s order.

Ah, this is very cool. I learned English the same way you did, informally, with games and movies. Almost everyone in my country (Brazil) learned English that way. I will take the advice of asking specific questions. Sometimes such different cultures cause different sensations, different experiences and a vision on some theme and scene.

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