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    develp my abilities

    I am trying to describe my self. If you see any problems, let met have your comments. Thanks in advance.

    1.i always try to develpe my special ability so now i don't have any.

    2. I'm kind of person who has a great self-respect and conscientious,

    3. i don't usually participate things that i feel not good

    4. i also think that my decisions and actions are always correct,
    and i put deciding as a sence of values

    5. I don't like people who backbites or ignoring others, and that's why i don't easily get close with friends, and have less real closed friends.


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    Re: develp my abilities

    Quote Originally Posted by bosun View Post
    I am trying to describe my self. If you see any problems, let met have your comments. Thanks in advance.

    1.I always try to develop my special ability so now I don't have any. What you are saying is that you no longer have any special ability. What do you mean by "special ability"?

    2. I'm the kind of person who has great self-respect and is conscientious,

    3. I don't usually participate in things that I feel are not good

    4. I also think that my decisions and actions are always correct,
    and I put deciding as a sence of values This part does not make sense.

    5. I don't like people who backbite or ignore others, and that's why I don't easily get close with [make] friends, and have less real closed [few really close] friends.
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