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by /u/East-Zookeepergame-7
59m ago
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SOS ?
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by /u/Front_Blackberry_250
59m ago
I need someone who can teach me the academic writing in English, I am a native speaker in Arabic, submitted by /u/Front_Blackberry_250 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Which is easier
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by /u/laserbeam96
59m ago
Hello tbh I need to get a like a half decent level of a language for medical school next year the ones I was thinking were Spanish or Italian. I would choose Italian if my Nonno was still alive but sadly he isn’t he was the real only one who had a good level of Italian in my family. I kinda know the basics in each language like how the say hello, how are you and answer and also ask for directions in each language. So I’d love some answers as I hope to start very soon thanks ?? submitted by /u/laserbeam96 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Kid in DLi, we're all struggling
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by /u/Ok-Seaworthiness970
59m ago
I hope this is a good board for this question but maybe you can point me in the right direction if not. I'm afraid a teacher board will have anti-dli sentiment because it's foreign (no pun intended) to them, so I don't want confirmation bias from that side. My background is that I took 3 years of french in high school, hated every minute of it, learned only enough to get my "A" then promptly forgot almost all of it. Still have zero interest in learning another language. Maybe lack of language ability is genetic? Our local school is spanish/english DLI. I don't care THAT much about my daughter ..read more
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Reading newspapers in foreign language
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by /u/Klaus_Rozenstein
59m ago
Reading newspapers, especially the opinion sections, in a foreign language is very frustrating for me. I can read novels without a dictionary—not as quickly as in my native language, but still manage—but I struggle with newspapers. Unlike novels, I can't infer the meaning of unknown words. So, in the evening, I often find myself dozing off on the sofa with the newspaper in my hand. How about you guys? submitted by /u/Klaus_Rozenstein [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Personal success: It is truly amazing how quickly my second language came back to after years of neglect.
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by /u/apiculum
59m ago
I’m a native English speaker, and back in the day I actually earned my degree in Spanish literature. When I graduated college, my Spanish was pretty sharp for a non-Hispanic white dude in the Midwest. I was reading full length books in Spanish, listening to podcasts, etc. then I started my career and ended up not using Spanish ever. I was working in sales in a geography that was 80% white and 20% Native American, so there were no Spanish speakers to be found. My Spanish got, quite frankly, bad. When I did try to speak it, I couldn’t find the words. When I heard it, I couldn’t understand like ..read more
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How useful is Reddit in terms of language learning?
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by /u/1cecream_enjoyer
59m ago
The huge reasons of Reddit downloading for me were the ability to write down some new words and phrases and also communicating in foreign language. I've written not so many posts and haven't used Reddit very often, but it already paid off. And how about you? submitted by /u/1cecream_enjoyer [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Your Childhood Native Language Content
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by /u/Wonderful-Deer-7934
59m ago
Hey, I was wondering since you guys are from all over, if you could send me the titles or links of things you enjoyed as a kid in your languages? It can be the most unhinged stuff, as it usually is with children. In English, I grew up really enjoying Rhett and Link/Forest Patrol/Good Mythical Morning videos. I remember having fun with friends over ASDFmovie. Or in 5th grade...everyone singing the Narwhal song...or Safety Torch...I also always sang the Pokémon intro song. Or even your favorite warmest things you've enjoyed in your native languages throughout your lives. Films, songs, Youtube v ..read more
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Need help with learning through reading books
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by /u/SheepherderVivid5108
59m ago
Hi! Currently learning French. I speak English and my native language, but I acquired both through natural language acquisition, so this is the first language I'm actually making an effort to learn. Since I learn the best through reading, and since I've seen it advocated for, my instinct is to engage with written media to further my understanding of the language (w/ audiobooks, of course, so I understand pronunciation, too). However, I feel really stupid and not like I'm really comprehending anything. I've tried translating it in my head line-by-line, but I recognize that this isn't the best ..read more
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British Council
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by /u/piwkeche
59m ago
I have an scholarship on the British Council Web. It is my first English course (indeed I learnt the basic from free version of some apps: Duolingo, Mondly, Memrise and Busuu). I like its listen-reading activities, the matching exercises and the idioms ones. In general the reading comprehension is the most advanced of its activities, indeed it is is very similar to the reading comprehension test that my students should make to enter in the university. Also, the video production level is very good, and the Bussines courses are great, because they tell you the history of a company, and shows yo ..read more
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