Why do I write in English

Get used to this kind of writing in the unprocessed notes.

  • Why most of the notes are in English? I can only assume that this is the most common question that arises from readers.
  • The true reasons of this are lying on several planes.
    • First, I am an English teacher, and I need constantly brush up my language.
      • It is almost impossible to achieve in school. Or, put differently, I have to use common words with schoolers and avoid complex and ambiguous vocabulary.
    • Second, most books that find their way onto my digital shelf are in English.
      • It’s inconvenient to translate them into my native language. To the topic of native language we come later in here.
      • Long story short, I am lazy and thinking in one language is difficult enough already.
    • And the last one, no matter who says what, English language just more beautiful and more simple for conveying thoughts concepts and ideas.

I am a bilingual, I was born in Baku, so naturally I speak Azerbaijanian and partially Turkish. All in family have been and still are talking in Russian. And finally, I attended English boarding school back in the days. I honestly can’t say which language is more native than the other. So get used to seeing notes in English and Russian.