Maybe you remember how it all happened that you first started learning the fascinating Blablah language? No? Let me help you freshen up your lazy memory like an ambitious cucumber refreshes an elephant. #1. The Inception Stage You’ve heard of Blablah first when you were in a club. It was unexpected, you were already trying
What better way to create urgency in my language learning process than to learn a new language from one I was also learning?
It’s been seven days already since I’ve started the Two Languages in Three Months Challenge. My challenge is basically to learn two languages at once within three months. I have to say that it has been a breeze so far, in fact, I’m suspecting I’ll have a huge setback soon. Now, with that good news
So how difficult is it to learn two languages? Every tried learning two languages simultaneously? And how difficult can learning two languages in three months be? Seems that I will found out soon. I’ve been toying with the idea of learning Spanish and French for a while now. But I’ve always thought of them as
Today we will delve into the study of a pair of commonly used Italian words: “Come mai” By itself “Come”, stands to mean “How”, Come stai? – How are you? Come si dice in inglese? – How is it said in English? or How do you say it in English? Come imparare l’italiano in due
The song, literally “At least you in the Universe”, is a letter written by a lover in which she wonders about the peculiar way people behave. The oddity, insignificance and pure futility of the actions that we witness and perform (first they hate and then love each other, when the fads change they also change) are flashed in brief and poignant vividness.
In this lesson we will explore some of the uses of Vorrei, the Conditional Present form of Volere, which is regularly used in Italian conversations. To help you get this word stuck on your mind, allow me to invite you to listen to a wonderfully melancholic Italian song titled “Vorrei”, by Cesare Cremonini. The bittersweet lyrics
Have you ever felt love and affection for someone you never met? I feel this way towards Japan! Yeah, I’m aware that Japan is not a person but a country..sigh. Everything in the Japanese culture simply makes me want to shout out “Tsuugoooooi!!” Last night I was reading this passage from the Pimsleur book: You