March 3, 2015 =========
☆ weakness 短所
Yesterday we talked about our strengths in English and so we can do the same with our weaknesses. If you know what your weaknesses are you can spend time improving those areas. Many non-English speakers believe they only have weaknesses when it comes to English ability. However, if you really take the time to consider your strengths and weaknesses, you’ll find that you do have strengths too.
If you come up with more than one weakness with regards to English, then you could try listing them in order of your biggest weakness to your “not such a big problem” weakness. This will give you some idea on how to improve, as in which area to work on first. For example, your weakness might be writing English, but if you never have to write English anyway, then you probably don’t need to work on it. However, if listening is a weakness and you need to take part in teleconferences for work, then improving this weakness should be a priority.