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Gauthi

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2019.07.21 14:55
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♻️NO EXCUSE BUT SOLILOQUISE ♻️

There’s a word designed and coined for peeps who come up with an excuse that they don’t have a partner to practice their English or any language in general. Soliloquise is a verb while Soliloquy and soliloquies, they are both noun, the former one is singular while the latter is plural. What do they all mean? They all mean the same which is self talk. In other words, talking to yourself. Now what’s the best thing about this? It enhances your speaking and your listening skills simultaneously. Well how’s that? you can speak without getting interrupted and you can also listen without interrupting. So you will be an active speaker as well as an active listener. Doesn’t it sound great? if it’s yes, go ahead and start soliloquise from today. Remember the best partner for you in this world is you yourself. So no more excuses! Period!
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  • Mustapha Moukrim 2019.07.21 14:58

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    Thanks my friend for this advice
  • Gauthi 2019.07.21 15:02

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    @Mustapha Moukrim My pleasure, Mate! I’d be really happy if you start following it.✌️
  • hope232 2019.07.21 15:28

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    Great tip, but there is always self- interruption!
  • Manu 2019.07.21 15:45

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    Is this word similar in case of Autodidact 😅?
  • Mustapha Moukrim 2019.07.21 15:45

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    @Gauthi ok
  • Gauthi 2019.07.21 15:59

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    @hope232 Always interruption comes in some forms and it’s good as well. It measures your strength and how well you can endure the barrier ahead of you. So in this case, Self-interruption commences. And you worry shouldn’t be because of its commencement but it should be merely because of your defeat with it. So ensure your defeat happens when the earth becomes square.
  • Gauthi 2019.07.21 16:01

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    @Manu Righto! It’s quite similar but not exactly same. Both are actions taken by one self and don’t require any else for them. Autodidact is teaching yourself something while Soliloquise is practicing something yourself what you have been taught. ✌️😉
  • Manu 2019.07.21 16:36

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    Okay I got it & thanks 4 ur kind info
  • hope232 2019.07.21 17:13

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    @Gauthi awesome!
  • jamila 2019.07.22 21:05

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    Amazing
  • Gauthi 2019.07.23 03:12

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    @jamila 😊✌️
  • Gauthi 2019.07.23 03:12

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    @hope232 ✌️😊
  • Douglas David 2019.07.29 20:37

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    wow! your British accent is so close to perfect! I wish i could trade my ugly American accent for YOUR accent. The only thing i recommend you work on is your TH sound because it still sounds rather like a foreigner's. Other than that, i would say you are almost there🙏🌷🌷🌷🌷 Beautiful moments you post and even better: you are helping so many people here! Hello Talk needs more awesome teachers like Gauthi! You are remarkable!
  • Gauthi 2019.07.30 15:03

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    @Douglas David Thank you so much, David. I’m really humbled by your wonderful words. Sure, I’ll work on them. Thanks for your sharp suggestion. 😊🙏
  • Douglas David 2019.07.31 01:43

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    @Gauthi you're accent is simply exquisite sir! You are already amazing and you must have invested much effort to achieve such a level. British English is just so beautiful. You chose right👍👍🙏

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