English is the language of freedom

Yep, my English it's not so great awright.

But I must improve and, if you're a fella non-native speaker, so should you.

Not only for school, work, travel, or hear the original voices in your favorite Netflix series.

But because english is the language of freedom.

Spare me the America f*ck yeah! thing please...

Easy you, my friend. [1]

English is the language of freedom because, thanks to internet and the current western world culture, it's by all means the Lingua Franca of the entire globe.

And that's why I'm focused on writing in english: to be able to connect with all kinds of audiences (a thing that many anglophones take for granted).

In addition to this, english is essential for coding.

public class englishIsCrucial {

public static void main(String[] args) {
boolean englishKnowledge;

if (englishKnowledge == true) {
System.out.println("Wonderful!");
} else {
System.out.println("mamma mia!");
}
}

}

So, my English sucks

Or at least that's what I feel.

I mean, it's not like that I can't write some tweets or small sentences...

Hell, I can even make a decent amount of pages writing in English and, if I'm not too bored, do a nice grammar revision to correct eventual mistakes.

But to achieve creative writing, o what I call liberating writing, comfort is crucial.

And to get there, I need to practice!


  1. Do you ever notice how many people from the east use A LOT the "my friend" sentece? Nothing against it mind you, but I find it a little creepy. Maybe it's because I'm italian ("amico mio..." in italian urban dictionary sounds like a threat !) ↩ī¸Ž