My Story 

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I come from a very distant land where people are like the people of other nations,i am a 20 year old girl living in Pakistan,with big dreams,the very first dream is to become a lecturer in some university,to teach,to educate,to spread awareness is my goal.Going to be an english graduate soon right now just waiting for the right moment to spread my wings and conquer my goals, love cats alot have them as a companion since i was 4 cool right,i believe animals are better than people.can’t let go things that easily,hate goodbyes,music is the reason i am still alive,if get a chance will learn spanish,i feel this language is just magical,all languages are but this one is in my list to learn, love to read currently reading “Dombey and sons” by Charles Dickens.Love to shop and meet new people,trying to learn how to drive if i do so you won’t see me sitting down nothing,would go for a long drive with loud music, just me trying to find who i am,everyday trying to be better than yesterday, believer in love and peace,equality.Want to find someone who will understand me and love me as i am.You won’t understand me just by reading this as easy as it looks is in reality something complicated in disguise.I hope you get my point and i will fill you on about my life,Life is difficult but its up to us if we wanna give up or stand back up after the blow, i stood up,let me help you stand back up too

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Author: thegirlinthegreycoat

A girl with big dreams,have a passion for life, complicated and philosophical

85 thoughts on “My Story ”

  1. I was just going through your story and I still couldn’t believe we share many thinhs in common. ” animals are better than humans”, these words were sufficient for me to already start following your blog, “Love peace” yet another reason for qriting this big comment for your post. Wish you all the best for all what you have planned. Love from India😊

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    1. It’s a pleasure meeting you too 🙂 haha music is a blessing it helps me to build myself up ever stronger than before i just want to spread love and promote Equality 🙂 needed a platform to convert my thoughts into words now i can do it freely 🙂 and i am really happy that you can feel me 😀

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  2. I love your openness, if you give me a chance i would love to help you learn simple conversational spanish in return for teaching me things about Pakistan. I speak english primarily so not the best when it comes to spelling spanish words but its primary language in my household so im proficient at speaking latin american spanish

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    1. Aww i would love that thank you so much 🙂 i know i just don’t believe in hiding myself at all 🙂 they were good or bad but they were all my experiences 🙂 and they made me who i am today 🙂 i would love to tell you whatever you want to know 🙂 about Pakistan 🙂 you seem really kind i love that!

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  3. Thank you, well first thing you should know about spanish speakers, especially from Latin America is that we like to be loud and friendly. Typically when someone learns spanish or any other language they are taught they should say hello when they greet someone, but in spanish if you typically want a bit of a warmer response you would say buenas instead of just hola

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  4. So saying you want to innitiate a friendly conversation you would start with buenas(good) noches(night) or dias(day) and then continue on into whatever you want to say. In english it sounds formal but in spanish it comes out as more friendly and breaks down the barrier people typically have when they first meet faster

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    1. okay i get it, i actually feel so excited you know! i know it’s just one sentence right now but it means alot to me, In Pakistan when we greet someone we say Assalamualaikum which means May peace be upon you 🙂

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  5. Assalamualaikum, i feel like would would butcher this word if i said it out loud. Could you say this casually or is it more formal when said in public

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    1. Well when you first meet a person you say it,It connects us it is a way of expressing love and respect for the person to whom we meet or greet. haha it may seem hard to pronounce but if you hear it say it’s easy. As (us) sa (sa) lam (lam) you know when you say “La” me in french you can pronounce it the same way adding the sound of M with the LA, Au (like we say coo A (a) lai ( like LA in French adding the sound of I after LA and last Kum ( like when we say cuCumber the cum sound is same okay it was hard for me to explain it but i hope you understand a little bit

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  6. I think i got a hang of it, you did a great job of explaining it. To continue a conversation in spanish saying you need help you would continue with- tu crees que mi puedes ayudar

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      1. Thank you in spanish would be gracias, when you say the first part grac youll pronounce it almost as if you where saying grass and just add ias to the end of it

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  7. Since im assuming you have some experience in french then you can say some of the words with a french accent and it will sound close enough to the real deal

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      1. Thats honestly respectable, people hardly relize that you can pick up other languages from just listening to it during small parts of their day, i took french for 2 years and hardly remember anything from it now

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      2. Well in my highschool we are required to take 2 years of a foreign language and they only teach Spanish and French, at the time i felt i knew enough spanish to get by so i decided to take french as a subject

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      3. Well currently im still in highschool, im 17 and will be graduating this year. Classes im currently taking are english, 2sciences, comparative government, and statistics

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      4. cool good to know as a fact i will be graduating too this year i dont know about the education system is same or not but after that i will be doing masters in English as it is my major field and looking forward to becoming a lecturer one day.

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      5. Well i have been teaching in Pakistan for two years as they offer fresh students a chance to teach and it is really helpful as i wanna continue my life in this teaching profession that i adore so much and i took an year break and i feel empty i am gonna teach in schools until i get a job as a lecturer some day, you can say kind of like an internship inwhich you gain experience i have changed alot after this experience it helped me in figuring out what i want and where i belong. Its good that we get a chance to teach children i go for primary students as they are really fun lets say 1 to 6 standard in exact count.

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      6. Thats really great to here that, in the US students never recieve first hand experience to do stuff till after they have graduated, if they do anything before it is typically because of special circumstances. The youngest student teachers youll find here would be 22 and that would be when they are barely starting as assistants

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      7. oh we can start as soon as we finish school but sometimes they will hire you as a helper to a teacher but soon when you will be polished they will promote you as a teacher, i got lucky that i started as a teacher and it was a fun experience really helped me out.

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      8. I alwasy feel as if its the funnest and you learn the most when you jump right in to something new, and thats great that you where able to be blessed with such a great opportunity.

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      9. let me explain it to you i had to teach in the morning i had an admission in college but i didn’t had to attend any classes for it was kind of like a private study but in the evening i had an admission in a coaching centre where they taught all the subjects of college i was a business student three fields were available medical,engineering and commerce i was in commerce two years college program i had subjects like business math, english,islamiat,economics,accounting and in second year i had statistics,urdu,english,commercial geography and accounting.well day was quite stressful as i was tired but i passed that time thank God

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      1. In a sense you are right but in that form it would be something you may tell a kid to tease them what it means is “little step little step”, a couple of other ways you can say it is “un paso al a vez”(one step at a time), or direct translation of step by step would be “paso a paso”

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      2. Aww whats her name and yes i have siblings i am in between like a sandwich made by two brothers and they are reason why i turn out to be a little competitive some times haha they got my back knowing that keeps me calm and in peace

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      3. hahaha too adorable and love the name, i know i love my brothers too,they are like all brothers are teasing yet caring,understanding not to forget over protective sometimes and when someone does something bad to me they get so fierce i have to say calm down,i call my lil bro iron man and the older one batman it makes me wonderwoman i guess haba

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      4. hahaha yeah well when life teaches you to live alone you understand that your life is all you have and you stick together because you know together we are strong and if divided we fall.

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      1. Well my goal is to one day is to visit and learn from as many countries as possible, if possible all. Pakistan is once of the countries that i want to try and do first but i know very little about it so i wanted to get a first hand idea of how life is like

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      2. Well many people have visited Pakistan i live in Karachi the economic hub city you know like the city where everything is fast and developed its kind of like one of the famous cities of Pak but the capital city is Islamabad and they all considered Pakistan very hospitable and pleasing you would it here believe me, if you ever visit do visit my home we will be happy to help you learn more about Pakistan

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      3. That is great to hear, and i understand what you mean about living in a famous city. I live in Los Angeles and us is known for LA and New York, but the capital is Washington

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      1. I dont mind you asking at all, well until recently i was originally going to go into 4 year and get into a medical program etc… But relized after going on a trip that thats not what i wanted to do at least not right away. Ive always loved adventure and experiencing new things and furing spring break i got to do exactly that. I ended up going to japan and had the time of my life, and when i got back home i felt as if my eyes had been opened, as if i had just started seeing how big the world really was. And so now what i want to do is spend traveling the world, hearing peoples stories, writing my own, and then coming back home to share it with everyone else. That was part of the reason of why i started my blog

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      2. That is a pretty awesome idea well nothing beats travelling, i didnt got a chance to step out of Pakistan yet but i am looking forward to in future and i hope you conquer your dreams. sometimes you have to do something unusual to understand life.

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  8. That sounds great though, being able to teach is truly and amazing field. The opportunity to shape young minds is something that not anyone can do amd even less who love it and are good at it

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      1. yeah i still remember when i first gave my demo all the teachers of my campus were sitting and i had to give it there were two campus of the school i work in, and believe me when i say our incharge literally made them all clapped for me and she complimented that it was even better than the experienced teachers i was totally left speechless… she was a hard nut to crack and she was against young teachers but after that she changed

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