I would like to learn more about my Native American ancestor but records are scarce and prices on sites are outrageous.
There are loads of things I want to learn, ranging from different languages to sky diving to learning how to play musical instruments. As of now, I really want to learn how to play a Cello.
I want to learn how to forget.
("Your answer is too short. Please make it longer.") but I can't seem to think of anything to add up on it..that's just it
I want to learn how to make pottery:) And maybe tae kwan do
I started learning Japanese but kind of gave up. I found it quite difficult but I want to learn it. Maybe I should give it another go.
by Robie Benve 3 years ago
Is it all right for a child to learn to play three musical instruments at once?I have my daughter play the piano, which she has done for two years now, plus she joined orchestra in school and is learning how to play the violin, plus she is joining an ukulele orchestra and will have to learn to play...
by AussieTreeChange 5 years ago
Did you learn to play a musical instrument when you were a child?Did you learn to play any musical instruments as a child? which was it? I learnt how to play the organ. I had lessons for about 5 years from the age of about 11. My parents still have that organ which I haven't...
by Penelope Hart 11 months ago
How important do you think it is to learn a musical instrument when you are a child?
by suncat 7 years ago
How many different languages would you want to know? ( whether you could learn them easily or...not ). Which ones?
by mingoville 9 years ago
Playing is an integral part of childhood, it is through playing that we learn, Studying is also an integral part of childhood. When a child is in the school age (6-12 yrs. Old), he usually gets his kicks by being an achiever. It pleases him to be good at class and to know lots of...
by Stacie L 5 years ago
Penny pinching: Can Obama manage elimination of one-cent coin?By Ali Weinberg, NBC News President Barack Obama finally broke his silence on an issue of national importance Friday he thinks its time to retire the penny.The possible extinction of the one-cent coin was a featured economic...
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