Today I have English lesson in which I have to focus on speaking and listening skills. I have been there from several weeks ago, and I got used to it. But I have a sad thing. In speaking time, when I said "I can't do that," the other student listened it as "I can do that" and couldn't make sense, then ask me "you can?" I think there are no such sad things than it, because of my pronunciation, I transmitted the student the opposite of what I want to say. And for simplest and easiest word... On the way of going home, I was in deep deep sorrow.
In a lecture about dance, a lecturer tells us that moves of tongue is a dance, which is deeply choreographed by the speaker's language. A dance of tongue. If it is so, my tongue needs dechoreographing and rechoreographing to dance in English.