Never forget: most of us have been poisoned by a toxic educational system that teaches us systematically that failing at a task or not knowing a correct answer is shameful.

There is no inherent shame in failure, in not knowing, or in being wrong, and we shouldn't actively shame others for it.

Get back up, learn something new, and try again.

@noelle i'm going to limit my reply to a very loud MODERN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS ARE ****SHIT**** and leave it there

@noelle That's how I was with math, and so avoided math for years before teaching myself how to program in Ruby.

Today, this same "60% for failure" carries over into learning a language like French, despite the application mispelling certain words itself.

It took cross-checking information to realize Te is equivalent to the word To in English.

But Tu, is a pronoun of informal you.

Indeed. If anything is shameful, it's not learning from the mistake.

I would agree with you, but here in Sweden it´s gotten nearly the other way around. It seems like people are proud of not knowing anything.

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