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language learning & loneliness, pt. 2

As most of those who know me know, I am planning on moving to South Korea in August.  I’ve applied for a teaching position there to teach English for a year at a public school.  282 more words

Some days
she speaks
ten words
or
less.

As an introvert, she thrives on deep and intimate discussion, conversations with close friends bringing breath and energy when she is tired. 386 more words

The Heisig Method

もしもし, everyone!

For those of you who also study Japanese, the name Heisig should ring a bell. His method employs an imaginative memory, in order to retain the myriads of symbols us westerners often find confusing and random. 343 more words

General

Listening resources

First off, I’d like to mention that the review lesson is a nice touch to the Assimil course. I completed the review lesson, + the next 3 as per my schedule. 316 more words

France

Active Listening: Essential for Peace and for Language Learning

Active Listening is a well-known concept in the peacebuilding field, and one that Peace Scholar Chris Spies delves into quite extensively in some of his published articles and in an excellent blog post entitled… 280 more words

Language Learning

Learning a Language the Fun Way

When learning a foreign language, it’s all too easy to get bogged down in tired, traditional learning methods such as flashcards or dusty grammar books. Of course, vocabulary and grammar are integral to language learning, and you’ll undoubtedly have to put in some hard work in these areas, but that doesn’t mean it has to be endless drudgery. 566 more words

Language And Culture

今、何時ですか? Quelle heure est-il? ...Whut...?

Hi readers! I know it’s been a few days but I’m back for 2-3 weeks as my assignments for this semester are done! (I still have exams but those are different) I finally have more time to write. 515 more words

Language Learning