The most common questions I get are: Which languages do you speak? How did you learn them? What language is your favorite? What language is your strongest? How hard is it to learn a language? The questions never change, and neither do my answers.
To learn another language is to accept another culture, to truly see a language, a country, for what they are. Something so simple as learning a language can help us work towards acceptance.
The best and worst part of traveling is the friends you make. You’ll maybe meet your friend-soulmate (or your actual soulmate) and make lifelong memories. Then….you leave. Or they leave. And it sucks.
My alarm beeps abruptly and wakes me from a slightly stressful dream and a well-deserved sleep. My brain is tired … More
Although Latin is a dead language, it is still very relevant in the way we communicate today. Learning Latin could … More
Of the many languages I speak, Italian is one of my favorites. I started learning it for personal reasons, unlike … More
Questa volta l’anno scorso, ero a Roma per studiare italiano. This time last year, I was in Rome studying Italian. … More