should I feel ashamed if I fail English language and to retake it at sixth form

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hey guys i think that i will fail english language. do you think i should go to my own school's sixth form and retake it there or should i retake in another school. teachers and student knew me for being smart and hardworking. i just don't want them to critisce me if they find me retaking english language they might feel like oh your teacher didn't like you kind of rumour they already know a lot about me and some said that i study a lot and i don't get good grades which is true.
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A teachers job is to help, not judge you - that’s why they entered the proffesion. There is no shame on not succeeding first time - it happens to everyone, and your teachers will have experienced similar things in their lifetimes too. They want you to do well, and they will have seen hundreds of people who have failed subjects over their years teaching- I don’t think they’ll care that much.
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