Learning A Language As An Adult: Spanish

They say the easiest time in your life to learn a language is when you're a child. Unfortunately for most of us, we don't have a choice of what language we want to learn at that stage of our lives. However, we can learn a language at an older age and rest assured that whilst …

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Learning A Foreign Language: My French Journey

Learning a language is no easy feat. People start learning for multiple reasons- for fun, for work, family/partners or living arrangements. It requires memorising, pulling apart sentences and learning how to reconstruct them and putting aside your pride to speak with errors with a native speaker. My french learning started in high school with compulsory …

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Salut! Mon Premier Post De Blog En Francais

Salut! Je m'appelle Sophie, l'autor de cette blog. J'habite a Sydney, Australie et ma langue maternelle c'est anglais (plus ou moins- une autre blog post peut-etre). En Australie, parceque le distance de l'autre pays, apprendre la langue extranger ce n'est pas une importance dans la societe et a l'ecole. Je pense que c'est un gaspillage …

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10 things that happen when you start learning another language

1. You start accumulating books in that language in the hopes that you’ll be fluent enough to read them one day. Or maybe it’s just me.2. You will start to edge your new language into as much everyday conversations in your native language as you can. Some friends part take in this leisurely past-time. Whilst …

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10 things that happen to you in a country where you don’t speak the language

Here is my list of 10 things. 1. You don’t know what you’re buying at the supermarket. Sometimes, you can generally figure it out but other times, you either buy the wrong thing or something that you weren’t looking for. 2. You’re afraid a local will laugh at your silly question. I would suggest you …

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