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no one around me speaks it
usernameuphup1 usernameuphup1 18-21 8 Answers May 15 in Doing Good

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Visit the country or London (every language spoken here)

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I lived in a country for 6 months and still don't speak the language fluently/ even very well.

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It takes time, a new born baby takes at least 3 to 5 years to learn its native language!

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I've been studying the language all my life

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If it's Spanish, find a job at a nursery. If it's French, visit Paris on vacation this year. If it's anything else, explore the culture as much as u can in the us, then travel to that country.

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I lived in a country for 6 months and still don't speak the language fluently/ even very well.

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What language is it?

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Hebrew. Israeli's sadly almost all speak English

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Oh.. Didn't expect that one lol
Yeah idk.. I mean I guess just keep practicing and try to find ppl that do speak it more

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what were you expecting?

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Honestly... Gaelic, Polish or Japanese or something else like that.. Those are pretty challenging

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haha have you tried Hebrew?
I also want to learn Russian and Arabic

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Lol no but I might now that you you said that. Russian and Arabic are also supposed to be really hard so you might wanna start making some reservations at a fine Arabic or Russian hotel lol

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if you know Hebrew Arabic is not so so hard and vice versa. I know a bit of both and I grew up hearing more so at least I have that. I wish they had taught us

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Lol I know how u feel. My grandparents are 100% polish but my mom was adopted so I've always wanted to learn polish (other than the swears)

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lol yeah.

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I learned in high school - took four years of Spanish

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can you go and live in mexico now?

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Yep, I could.

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haha I mean live and be understood everywhere, fill out documents

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Rosetta Stone is alright but in the end, the best way to learn a language is go visit a country where it is spoken often.

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I lived in a country for 6 months and still don't speak the language fluently/ even very well.

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Rosetta Stone

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my friend had that in school instead of a teacher. she doesn't know the langue well

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Where I live, the school board does evening classes for adults and saturday morning classes for the children. I took sign language. There are also continuing education classes at colleges.

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that's really cool. where do you live?

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Canada

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ah that does not help me. which providence (is that what they're called?)?

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find someone in another country to Skype with

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my Skype isn't working., stupid windows 8. do not buy it!

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windows 7 all the way

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I tried, they didn't have any of them at the time when I needed

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