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My 29,480,392th attempt at learning Spanish.

I took a couple of semesters of Spanish in middle school. I didn’t give a rat’s ass about learning Spanish back then. It was mandatory to take a language and the only other option was German. 1,070 more words


Life goals

This morning, G and I are talking about our hopes, dreams, and what we want from life. It was a really nice, wholesome conversation, and it gave me a lot of hope for the future. 252 more words

Let's Catch up: My Progress in Slovak After 6 Weeks, Plus Other Stuff

Hi guys! People have been wondering what has been happening to me lately. Well, I’ve been up to several things… 652 more words

[Language] The number one perk of being polyglot

If your mother tongue is a pencil, every new language you learn is a big box of crayons.

The number one thing I enjoy about multilingualism is the diversity of vocabulary it provides to express my thoughts.

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My Polyglot Journey: Language Learning for Travel Top Ten!

Learning languages concept – red notepad and colorful wooden letters with text “Improve your language skills”, flags, model airplane, pencil

The start of the new year is the perfect time to re-evaluate our goals, and, along with travel plans, high on my list was my foreign language study for multiple languages, or polyglot journey, both to help facilitate my travel and for the sheer pleasure since language learning is a hobby of mine. 2,922 more words


"Don't talk to strangers"? - 5 Tips to start a conversation and boost your speaking confidence

As children, our parents always taught us never to talk to strangers.  Don’t say hello to the man in the grocery store and don’t talk to the lady reading on the train.   1,371 more words

Language Learning

Aspiring Polyglot

I came from Leyte and have only traveled to Samar, Cebu, Bohol and Negros.

My native tongue is Utudnon—locally known as Bisaja—a hybrid of Warayan and Cebuano dialects. 100 more words