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When people complain it’s usually due to something the consider to be an injustice done to them, and at times it is appropriate and necessary to make sure a change happens and you have some compensation. However, there are other times when complaining comes when a person just can’t be bothered sorting a problem out for themselves or seeing the truth of a situation and as a result just ‘vent’ and pull as many people as they can into the downward negative spiral.
Venting can be good in short bursts and useful to get rid of tension, but if it continues on a regular basis, those around you will get tired and frustrated. There is a subtle difference between a vent and a complain train that just never stops.
Taking this into the world of learning English is a common one. There are plenty of situations…
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