My most important thing learned in life it is writing. Because every day you always have to write something. Also you need to learn how to type on a computer. When I was in the first grade I wanted to write a letter to my mom and I didn’t know how to spell some of the words. Which made it really hard and to top it off I just learned how to write in general so that made it tougher. So I had to get my first grade teacher to help me and it just made the process a lot harder and longer! It took me about almost a whole week to just write a note to my mom. It wasn’t even a long on or that hard of one, it was just something that I wanted to do since it was my first letter to anyone and I wanted it to be to my mom. When I was a little bit older I had to learn how to type. That was a good thing and that is the other best thing that I have learned in my life. Because there are a lot of people in the world that can’t read or write and if they can’t read or write then they can’t type either. At lot of schools have computer classes that have typing classes. They can help you a lot it the real world even if your job doesn’t involve typing a lot. You still are going to have to type emails. Now back to the writing part, if you want to be successful in life you really need to learn how to write. And not just writing but you need to learn how write very formal. But the other big thing about writing is you need to learn how to connect to your readers. Now that just comes with time and practice but when u start off learning you just learn the basics and then end up working your way up to the top. If you are a good writer then you can go a lot of places with knowing how to write so well. But if you are one of those people that aren’t that great at writing then you need to keep practicing it and then you will be up to where you need to be. The best way that I learn how to do anything is by if a teacher or someone sits down with me and goes through it with me.
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