It’s a film that irks you, that makes you feel uncomfortable and wrong. It’s one of those that lingers with you.
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.
Something about this city was strange. Looking back on it, I realized what it was. It was completely artificial.
Doing stand up comedy is weird. One minute you’re shaking from nerves and fumbling with the mic, the next you feel like an invincible genius who will literally never die.
i can’t find a reason to let go but with every passing season i put on a better show. …
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.
Our cheeks were red from the sun beating down on us and beads of sweat ran down our back. Butterflies and tiny insects buzzed around our heads, which made us feel like we were in a big forest, not a metropolis in Europe.