Soloviov Andrew, Form 9.
I Like English
There are several reasons why I like English. First I aminterested in British culture and history. The fact is that the history of the
English language is closely connected with them. Many nations contributed to
the English language: the Romans and the French gave it vocabulary, the Dutch
influenced its grammar, and the Celts gave it some mystic spirit. That is why
English is never dull. The secondreason is that learning English is like solving a puzzle. When you can’t
translate the sentence even if you know
every word, it takes some time to think it over . At last when you
get the meaning you feel really pleased.
The third reason is my dream of going to Britain. Ihave been dreaming about it since I was twelve. I do not want to be a stranger
there. I want to understand people and
I want them to understand me. And the last reason is that English is aninternational language. Nearly everybody speaks it. Knowing English can help
you make friends all over the world, get a good job, listen to the English
songs and watch films in the original.
It also helps you to read English books without using a dictionary. I believe
you’ll have a better chance to catch the