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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.

 


Lilia.cheikh Lilia.cheikh

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I'm a 17 year old girl who basically has an international life. I can fluently speak 4 languages (French, English, Spanish, Arabic). I hope to learn more as I grow up and travel. Being able to speak as many languages at such a young age has enabled me to understand different cultures as I travel but it also opened my mind so much in order to understand the world we live in and how we interact with each other.

cheyanne.birkett09 cheyanne.birkett09

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  It is very important to be bilingual in America and all over the world. This goal helps me become more intelligent, more resourceful, and more interesting. This goal also increases my chances of getting a job, as being fluent in more than one language is highly valued in the working world.


brianalvesm brianalvesm

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Well, I'm brazilian and I have always loved the english idiom. From 2008 to 2013 I learned the language and now I'm a fluent. Of course, there's always more to learn, which is great, but this goal is already done. Now I intend to move on to a new language. French sounds great!


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.


Flynnrox101 Flynnrox101

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I learnt Indonesian with my school since I came on the first day and I recently started learning Swedish on Duolingo. 


usaprinter usaprinter

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I learned French while living in Montreal and working as a missonary for my church.

 


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!


fer_prin1 fer_prin1

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Went to the USA. Those are my classmates.


emargaret95 emargaret95

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I was taught Spanish from my mother while growing up and then later in high school. I travelled south to Georgia and Florida, and I was so thankful me enseñaron español. ¡Muchos personas hablan español!

drobinson drobinson

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My husband is from Cuba and he speaks Spanish and that's why I want to learn

 


sugarpop5571 sugarpop5571

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 This year I started learning French for my school and I have alreeady learned so much. You should really pursue this goal! Au Revoir!


LiaAngelia LiaAngelia

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 To learn Italian ^_^


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. :)


Z1a2c3k Z1a2c3k

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learn Spanish and Mexican.

 


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. 


PazdV PazdV

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 I've started learning English when I was 4. My mother language is Spanish and I'm Argentinian. When I was 11 I started going to an English institute. That same year, I took Movers A1 (Level 1 of 6). The next year I took KET A2 (Level 2 of 6). The year after that I took PET B1 (Level 3 of 6). All of them I passed with distinction, that means I'm in level 4. I'm 14 years old and I go to class with people that already finish High School. I still make mistakes like everyone but this personal achievement makes me want to keep improving myself at different languages


daeh_91 daeh_91

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English is really hard because you have different ways for say the same. But learn English also is interesting, and more when you can practice everyday. 

 


ReemElGabry ReemElGabry

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My major in collage was Chinese Language . When I started learning this language it was very difficult for me because Chinese is a different language , It has its` own phonetics and has tooo many characters . Although it was so hard for me at the begging but I wanted to learn this language and I did it and graduated with grade very good with honors :D 

 


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