It’s better to use the CEFR guideline than laymen’s terms like fluent. The CEFR levels are as follows: -A1(beginner) -A2(elementary) -B1(intermediate) -B2(upper intermediate) -C1(advanced) -C2(proficiency) You can read the description of each level on Wikipedia: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_European_Framework_of_Reference_for_Languages One of the requirements for C2 is being able to express oneself fluently and correctly even in the most complex situations. Mira said that she makes serious mistakes when faced with more complex topics, so she cannot be C2. Similarly, C1 requires that students be able to fluently use the language in social, academic, and professional contexts, so she cannot be C1 either. Even B2 requires skill beyond simple conversations. In my opinion, she’s intermediate at best. Nowhere near fluency.
LMAO Disney doesn’t sponsor this sort of content. Big BookTubers are sometimes paid to do reviews of Disney-Hyperion books, but I have never heard of Disney paying a YouTuber to promote their brand. Disney being one of the most famous brands in the entire world, it would be a waste of time and money. I mean, it’s not like they are struggling to find guests for their amusement parks. That being said, even if they were interested, I doubt they’d want to associate their brand with someone whose videos come with recommendations of videos accusing them of plagiarism, bullying, religious insensitivity, and being an overall bitch—you know, everything parents want their kids to see. Actions have consequences, especially in a business where the image of wholesomeness is key. You shoulda thought of that before going cray cray online, don’t you agree, Ken?
Isn’t everything she does similar to what almost every other person does? I mean, Disney, Harry Potter, and fall are hardly indie entertainment. From America to Japan, everyone loves Disney. But this is what makes Kenna my favorite snowflake. She loves the smell of her own farts.
Loving Disney is one thing, but being pathologically obsessed with it is something else completely. It would be bad at every age, but her being an adult, this is downright creepy. Kenna is completely delusional. I’ve heard of people living in a state of denial about them no longer being young teens, people who still dress like high school students well into their thirties and refuse to settle down, but Kenna has reached a whole other level of age denial. Seriously, I’m not trying to “slander” her, but she needs to see a freaking therapist. It’s not normal for a woman—yes, a woman—in her twenties to wage online wars in defense of a corporation that sells animated movies for kids. If it weren’t for her parents and their money, she would be in deep shit.