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How to Immerse Yourself in Japanese

It is commonly said that the best way of learning a language is to live in the country of the language and, I confess, I have long used this as an excuse for not studying Japanese. 737 more words


Finding a language exchange partner (and other ways of practicing)

I have finally decided to write my first article and I am going to talk about what I do to practice a foreign language. When I say practice, I mean writing or speaking a language. 1,507 more words


Ô Monde Neuf, Ô Splendide Monde!

March 22th, 23th, 24th, 25th

“O brave new world/ That has such people in’t!”—Act V, Scene 1, The Tempest, William Shakespeare.

My memorable Senior Project in Paris officially ended when I arrived at Philadelphia yesterday afternoon. 629 more words

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Working on the weaknesses

When it comes to studying Korean, my weaknesses are listening and speaking.

I decided to work on that.  Thankfully, I can pick up the Korean grammar format quite easily, yet I still struggle with speaking. 174 more words


My Homestay Experience In Kazakhstan

Having so much experience in travelling, I had never tried homestay like Couchsurfing or AirBnB before. To check this list of the bucket list, I researched online and found OWLWIN which provides and Homestay and language Exchange Experience between the locals and English-speaking foreigner. 1,417 more words


Dating and Language Learning

I have had many people tell me that if I wanted to learn Korean I should date a Korean. This is terrible advice—really. Every Korean-foreigner/외국인 relationship that I know of is an English speaking one. 667 more words


Paris, Je t'aime

March 13th, 14th, 15th

“When spring comes to Paris the humblest mortal alive must feel that he dwells in paradise” — Henry Miller

The last few days, the weather at Paris is becoming gradually warmer. 739 more words