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Learning English Stamp by Fischy-Kari-chan Learning English Stamp by Fischy-Kari-chan
A new version with the animated emoticon can be found here [link]

I'm german and my english is far away from being perfect, I completely know that but I learn every day and try to become better. I'm sure here on dA are tons of people who's native language is not english and who still need to learn to become better so I made this stamp that those people could show that they actually care and try to become a better english speaker.


Attention: This does not mean that I (or the person who uses this stamp) hardly can write/read/understand english, it just means that I'm still in the learning process and hopefully can speak it fluently one day.


Stamp base: [link] by ~JetProwerTheFox
dA's reading emoticon: :reading:


EDIT: I changed the file so that the stamp is transparency at the edges.

ANOTHER EDIT: This stamp also seems quite popular with the native english speaking dA members which I think is really great. All native speakers (not just the english ones) have a long way to go in their lives to fully understand and correctly use their own language, this is totally normal and an important process.
I wish everyone good luck learning the languages they try to learn ( no matter whether it's their 1st, 2nd, 3rd ect ect language :) )
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Mayaliicious Featured By Owner 22 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
My native language is Spanish, and I'm still learning English! And I'm really proud of it. I don't really care if someone says that my English sucks, because life is full of mistakes and thanks to them we can learn a lot of things ~
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Sannimo Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm an English and Spanish native, but I get it coz my mom is learning English, she's from Mexico haha, so she asks me questions every day about English. 
It's a pretty difficult language to teach too...=3=
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DreamingEcho2099 Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
What i don't get why the word 'plant' doesn't have a capital
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TaNa-Jo Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha I always tend to use my languages sentence structure...at least sometimes XD
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TheVanillaPotato Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Im still learnig English
I love English and I love my original language 
Spanish!
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nena-linda-pink Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I originally speak spanish, but I'm learning english when I was like 5 years old
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nblqdeakinoo Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
i've been living in the US for like 7 years and i'm still learning english, and i suck at translating it into spanish ._______. 
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Tornwing4ever Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014
I actually am still learning English cause the word "gold" isnt in my vocabulary.
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MissMorphea Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Well, it's not like I can't understand what native english speakers are writing or saying.  I do understand almost everything what I see and hear in English, yet I do have little difficulties to answer or write something in English - to make it more natural and less artificial - but that's probably because I have never been to an english speaking country yet (or I'm not confident enough to think, that I could write an interesting fanfic in English...)

The stamp is very nice! Reminds me a bit of an English book we have at home :3
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Acaila-X Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for making this stamp. I'm Scottish and so my native language is classed as English, but many people don't understand that the majority of us are brought up speaking the Scots dialect, then there's the few up north who speak our REAL native language - Scottish Gaelic. I can write English very well but I'm not so good at speaking it, mainly because of my accent, but we don't get taught the differences in words in Scots and English as school so it's very confusing(I just found out 'firth' was actually a Scots word like, a month ago). My fiance is Finnish and even he speaks better English than me sometimes. It's a difficult language to learn.
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