Do you like learning foreign languages?
Which language would you most like to learn?
I love foreign languages, Jesus, i really do. Why others don't seem to care? At least here, in Portugal, around me.
I have always wanted to learn Japanese, but never had the time to do it. That would be the next language I would want to learn.
Hmm..good question. I've always enjoyed learning foreign languages and because I had heard that Chinese was a difficult language to learn, I decided to step up to the challenge. Believe me, it was a difficult language! I also heard that Arabic is difficult to learn, so maybe if I want to challenge myself again, I would learn Arabic!!
how long it tokk you to learn chinese? It's an awesome language. all are!
I only had about a year and a half in college. I wouldn't say that I could really "speak" it!
Here is a native speaker of Chinese, I am so glad you have the courage to learn Chinese, haha...actually, it is not as difficult as you think, but is a time-consuming job. It needs patience and practice. Good luck.
Definitely, even if they are challenging. I'm currently learning French and Spanish, just as a base for other Romance languages. I want to learn Korean and German, though.
Also bonus cred for the Scandinavia and the World Comic. Forever Alone Estonia
Yes. I love the feeling when I can understand another language. Now I am majoring in English, and have been studying in German since last year. Both of them are my university courses, and I enjoy learning them, Besides, I try to learn Japanese. I can do very simple conversation in Japanese now.
I know exactly what you mean about that feeling when you can understand another language!!! I also have that feeling when successfully communicating to someone else in another language! I speak Spanish, some Italian, and some French.
Kewl. I was an English lit and German double major. I'm doing au pair in Germany right now after having spent my last two semesters on exchange here. It's a great language!!
by sannyasinman 8 years ago
What problems have you encountered learning to speak a foreign language?Example: . . in French au-dessus and au-dessous are pronounced virtually identically, and are difficult for a foreigner to say, but the first means "above" and the second means "below"! Also . ....
by Slaven Cvijetic 4 years ago
Do you also read in foreign languages?
by zamer 6 years ago
What foreign language would you like to learn and why?
by Jake Brannen 4 years ago
Which foreign languages do you know and how did you come to learn them?As a frame of reference, it would also be interesting to know what your native language is. I also think the difference between learning as a child and learning as an adult is very interesting.
by CollB 6 years ago
Why is it also important to know about your culture?I speak 2 languages, other than English and know basic words in 2 others.
by lliekamia 8 years ago
do you believe that learning many languages will makeus more competitive to others?common guys, tell me your points of view.lieka
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