Tarik Smajlovic

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Bosnian, English, German

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Tarik Smajlovic
Posted 7 months ago
How we can fight the corruption in developing nations?
I will definitely agree with Robert Winners ascertainment considering the deals under the table, because most of the corruption actually are deals of this nature. Since my country, Bosnia and Herzegovina, is one of the most corrupted countries in Europe, so I have one of the best insights in corruptive systems in general. Politicians, doctors, police, university professors, all of them are bribable to the extreme extent. In my opinion, Bosnia and Herzegovina might be late to fight the corruptive system. Reason why I think this is that people around me are still unaware of the current situation. Why do people have to be so blind/uninterested/scared when it comes to fighting corruptive people? I strongly believe that campaign against corruption can hopefully raise the awareness of people who eventually will conclude that they've been blind all the time, and that corruption is happening right in front of their eyes. Since i think this can work on Bosnian people (who are stubborn and obviously do not care), it will definitely work on other developing countries which have the same problem.
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Tarik Smajlovic
Posted 7 months ago
How to learn a language better ?
The best advice that someone can give you is to READ A LOT. Never mind if you don't understand or you are slow at doing it, you have to, so to say, get mechanical to a certain point until you are totally used to it. I recommend online courses and discussions, which can improve your understanding of language overall. Chinese is one of the hardest languages to learn, so I think that you won't have any problems in comprehending English. Good luck :)