Discussed on my subject and tell me how do you think about this????
Sorry, but your English is going to have to be a lot better than that if you want a serious reply.
Some of Rubina's bio:
"I am export in phisycal education.
"I want written on health and fitness.
"25year old I am married I have 2 twince baby.."
I am not confident you are going to make it here with such low-quality English.
I would like to write articles in Chinese. Unfortunately I cannot read or write Chinese and am not willing to spend all day for the next 10 or 15 years to learn.
We all have limitations.
You can spend every day, all day, studying English for the next five years or so.
Even if you do this, however, there is no guarantee that your English is going to be sufficient to write articles in that language.
You need to think about writing in your first language, not English.
You would do best to look for sites that allow and support publishing either specifically in your native language or in multiple languages. For example Medium allows authors to publish in any language I believe, although the features may not be appropriate for some - for example I have heard things like punctuation may not be correct for some languages. I'm not sure what your first language is, but this site seems to be primarily for articles in Urdu.
The other option is to start your own blog where you can publish in whatever language you choose. Good luck!
Rubina12, most people spend years learning a language, then twice, thrice that time mastering it. In other words, there's really no hacks for language learning, certainly nothing that could be condensed into a few sentences on an online forum. As what others have suggested, you should probably consider writing in a language you are more familiar with.
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