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ikaankeskin ikaankeskin

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I write these senteces thanks to I learned English :)


jkunze jkunze

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I have learned how to speak Spanish fluently. I learned how to read and write from classes and for the most part thinking in Spanish and speaking it fluently mostly came from speaking with friends and loved ones. I would like to learn more languages though.

 


klaramist klaramist

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Spent a year in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as an exchange student when I was 18 and learned Portuguese ... biggest challenge was to let go of the fear of making mistakes and just start talking. 

 


sushruton sushruton

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This was my goal since past 2 years.

And YAYY!!!

I completed it.

I learned Spanish..( Spanish coz I think they've some great chicks and great flicks ;) )

Grammer was the toughest to me :P (as always) 

Thanks to Bindaas Bol and my Trainer Jaee.. :D :*


YourCrazyFriend YourCrazyFriend

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Learned english with the help of games, tv shows, movies and musics. 


cristilga cristilga

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I learn perfect english living in texas for a year, after i finished middle school in mexico. My life change cuz of that

 I got a my first job there, my first boyfriend and will never forget it, met new people and so different from me that made me get really mature about life and became more outgoing


ana.wb1 ana.wb1

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It's like I have opened my eyes to a whole new and different world.

 


upforadventure upforadventure

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 I took French classes from 4th grade onwards and in my final year of highschool I lived in a French speaing part of Switzerland. It taught me a lot about French, as well as languages in general. I learned quickly and I learned a lot since I lived in pension housing with a woman who didn't speak any English. In my opinion, if you want to learn a language, you have to immerse yourself in it completely!


Abarat Abarat

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 Well this is an easy bucket list challenge if you move to a new country so I don't think it counts fully more like a have to than a want to. Did it with my hubby and my daughter so über fun. Can't speak it without a weird accent :-(


rafaelpradosantos rafaelpradosantos

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English, it's easy! HAHA


bealion90 bealion90

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Tok Pisin - Papua New Guinea

DreamPro DreamPro

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I love language.  I am a logophile, a bibliophile, and I know that one life is not enough.

 


ShuJinX ShuJinX

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Chinese, Japanese, English, Spanish and trying to learn Korean


isa-bro@micklefield.co.za isa-bro@micklefield.co.za

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I want to learn a new language so that one day I will be able to go to a foreign place and speak to the local people there. Learning a new language will benefit me in many ways. I would like to learn French which would be additional to the langauges that I have already learnt. 

 


monika.krstevska1@gmail.com monika.krstevska1@gmail.com

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I started my second Erasmus plus programme in Krakow, Poland. My obsession with learning new languages started long ago, so this is just one more task on the to-do list. And, of course, always is funny to see amazed faces of the people when they find out how many languages you can speak. :)


leticiasofi leticiasofi

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i'm learning english, since my mother language is portuguese. I study it with my dad and some friends!


LiaAngelia LiaAngelia

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 To learn Italian ^_^


Dancooke92 Dancooke92

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Although I continue to pursue fluency in Spanish, the date marked is the date I finished all 5 levels of the Rosetta Stone program. I also studied Latin for 5 years in elementary/middle school, during which I recieved "Summa Cum Laude" on the National Latin Exam in 2007!

Photo is from El Camino Spanish language school in Barcelona.


isabel.lily.doshi isabel.lily.doshi

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 In school we could pick to take French or Spanish. I took Spanish. It is went very well. And now I can have pretty good conversations with people. It is great, I really suggest learning as many languages as you can. So you can put things on your college application and just to talk to people in different countries.

Tips:

  • Pay attention in class
  • Do your homework (if you have any)
  • Don't use Google translate
  • Make flashcards
  • Study for tests and quizzes (if you have any)
  • Make quizzes for yourself
  • Try to have a whole conversation in that language
  • Talk as much as you can in the language

I hope these tips help you learn languages. 


cerywithay cerywithay

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In my junior year of high school, I went to Norway as an exchange student to experience a new culture and language. When I got there I could only say "Jeg vil  gjerne ha litt å spise." (I would like something to eat) and even then I didn't really understand what I  was saying.  By three months in I could understand some of what people said and by the time I came home again, ten months after arriving, I could understand and kind of speak Norwegian. I even spent a week working in a day care, talking to little kids. Aside from learning how to put tiny skis on three year olds, I learned that I could actually speak Norwegian if I had to. It was hard to start because every  Norwegian over 10 and under 70 speaks English perfectly, and are happy to communicate that way. Although I didn't try  nearly as hard as I should have, through mere immersion in the language I did end up learning Norwegian and having a  blast doing it.


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