I've tried to learn 16 languages (English, Spanish, French, German, Polish, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Finnish, Russian, Italian, Czech, Romanian, Bulgarian and Japanese. My native language is Portuguese and the English that I know write I learned by myself. The last...
. Actually this is my first week here I just read the posts and comments .
I'm recently moved in US and
My English not very good also not very bad still I'm work on it to improve it
My big prob is " the casual or street language " when I speak with someone always there is...
and German but I want to learn so many more languages. Languages are fascinating and so intricate because you can take one phrase and in a different tongue it's meaning can change. I want to be able to correctly and eloquently express myself in any language.
it's very interesting to learn, not to mention it would be satisfying if I could finally read hiragana (for a start).
Think anyone is willing to help me with this? I don't need words yet, just help me learn to read hiragana first.
and Italian fluently. I did a semester of Arabic (which I completely forgot at this point) and Hungarian (I can still order a coffee when visiting Budapest :) ).
I want to learn Spanish because it looks easy, it's very similar to Italian so if somebody speaks it slowly I can...
He speaks Pashto (hard Pashto) and I want to learn but it is so difficult because most of the stuff on the internet is soft Pashto from Afghanistan. And I can't tell the difference. Lol
I have been with him two years now and barely know anything
Norwegian and Danish! I speak fluent English as I'm studying in Wales! I spent some time in Italy and tried to learn Italian! I can understand most of it but find it hard to speak back! If anyone speak fluent Italian I would love to get in contact so I can practice my Italian
find a legit and basically free (because I don't have any money to spend) site or method of learning the languages I so desire to learn?
I'm interested in a few, such as...
And a few others, but those are just the starters.
As a child I came from a working class background and in our area we spoke with a very broad accent and dialect. I suppose it was a form of English! When I started working in an office I was very conscious of my accent and wanted to go to elocution lessons but that was much too...
and English... Learning Japanese... It's not that hard, but once you get to the freaking Kanji, that's when you know that no language is easy to learn. :) I know more than 30 kanji. Not a lot, but the few classes I have had, that's good. I can write very basic sentences and use...