Hello! I am Ace Camota. I graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in MAPEH. I am also a licensed professional teacher with expertise in teaching children and teenagers. I am a person with a kind personality that is very detail focused. I'm perceptive and can rapidly identify the needs of people and circumstances. For example, I am drawn to those who are isolated in a group and would befriend them. When working on projects, I am also prone to pointing out missing links and blind spots. I prefer to carefully consider issues and consider how decisions may influence individuals. This behavior arises from my capacity to sense another person's feelings properly and objectively without necessarily agreeing with them.
My ability to reason abstractly is another talent of mine. This suggests I have an enhanced ability to deal with complicated or multidimensional challenges. I am inspired by difficult circumstances that individuals confront and appreciate presenting them with new viewpoints on the same subject to help them solve their problems.
My hobbies are closely tied to my abilities. I enjoy assisting people, communicating with them, and addressing their requirements. I have a soft spot in my heart for those who have been left behind by the rat rush of life, such as youngsters with learning disabilities, the elderly who have no close relatives, or those who are socially isolated.
I hope to make a difference in people's lives. I am grateful for many blessings in life - an abundant existence, a safe place to live, a good education, excellent parents, good health, and reliable friends - and I aim to contribute back to society. This is possibly the most compelling reason why I would like to work in the civil service. I wish to contribute insights, joy, and optimism to those in my job as well as others who will benefit indirectly from my work.
Yes, anyone can do it. Tagalog is quite simple to learn in comparison to other languages. It is, nonetheless, very distinct from English. It takes some time to become acquainted with the language.
Learning Tagalog is analogous to learning to drive. It's not tough; it's simply a matter of getting used to it. And, like driving, the more you do it, the better you get. Tagalog will eventually become second nature to you.
Speaking a language fluently requires little thought. To communicate fluently, the language should become second nature.
This degree of comfort can be attained by regular practice and evaluation. You may learn Tagalog in 1 to 2 months by devoting 1 hour of your day to it. You'll discover how to naturally ask and react to questions in a variety of circumstances. You will have formed the mental connections required to communicate without pausing to think. Begin practicing with native speakers as soon as you are comfortable with them.
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