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I have recently started the Tools to Life course (currently at day 4, and I know I should have asked earlier, but...) and was you already know the first action you're asked to take is to say "I'm having a great day" when you wake up, followed by a smile in front of the bathroom's mirror and "The day is mine.". My question is that, considering that english is not my primary, native language (french is), should I say "I'm having a great day" and "The day is mine", or the french translations, "Je suis en train de passer une bonne journée" and "La journée est à moi"? Or would it make no difference?

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Hi Wind,

 

I guess it won't make any difference.  English is not my first language either.  Your choice - either of the two.  Whichever one you are comfortable to use.  But to be honest, I think the English version is a better option.  Have a great day!   Autumn Mist. 

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