Like me she's American. BUT she started speaking Spanish before English. She now is able to fluently speak 25 different languages and understand 25 different cultures! Right now she is learning Hawaiian
for many reasons :
-i find it special
- i like their culture
- i like their stories and want to read them in original language.
- not everyone speaks it so i wanna try it out.
problem is i have exams this year and i can't find time. how do you think i can learn in the little...
I grew up hearing Romanian, but didn't get a chance to learn it before my aunts and grandmother passed away. I would really like to learn it now. Finally, I started learning Russian a few years ago but didn't continue after I ran out of courses to take. I need to brush up on it...
Languages I took in school:
7th grade: semester long class that focused on the basics in French, Spanish, and Italian.
8th grade: Spanish.
9th and 10th grade: American Sign Language.
11th grade: German.
As you can see I definitely have an interest in language, I just haven...
Spanish, because I'm a bit of that too and my native language is infused with it, so why not? French, because they sound great. And maybe Mandarin, or was it simplified chinese? My sister learned how to speak that in college, so I want to learn about it too. Is it too much?
I would like to learn more French, and Spanish, I think there are three separate languages in Spain, and maybe some Arabic.
I think it heightens understanding of one another to learn languages, rather than to be isolated in your own language.
and Japanese. My parents taught me Spanish, and my teachers taught me English. I wouldn't say I'm absolutely fluent in any of them, but I feel content that I've tried to learn. I would like to learn more, but I might be pushing it.
and Swahili. Every Time I hear them, I fall in love more and more. I think the English language is boring but that's probably because it's the only one I know. Hopefully one day I'll at least speak Spanish so I can communicate better with my surroundings ha
German, a very few French and a very, very few of Spanish and Netherlands and my clients who are coming from the whole world are teaching me sometimes phrases of their home languages. I LOVE that! Next month I am going to an evening school to learn a little bit of Hindi. :-)
Swedish, English. I know abit of most european languages but really never enjoyed learning them. Anyone know a fun and exciting language to learn? Anything but Chinese. Tried but gave up as it was so damn hard to pronounce some stuff haha.