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    If I had just taken English....

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    English has become the most required language to get a job. However, my English level wasn't so good,and that is why I to get a job in a marketing position with a prominent bank with branches all over the world because they wanted someone speaking English fluently. I English in high school, but I didn't. I took an acting class instead. If I had taken English, I the job. Just imagine, if I the job, I would have moved to UK. My entire life in a totally different direction. If I had accepted the job and to UK, I might have met an English woman and married. If that had actually happened, I in the UK.We might have had children. Unfortunately, I didn't get the job and I didn't go to UK. I got a boring job and I live alone. If I had just taken English, my life much more interesting.

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