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Learning A New Language - December 6th 2017, 01:33 PM

Hello ^^ , So recently I have took up to learn Korean. Im not sure why I want to learn maybe its because I want to know what kpop songs are saying , but anyways I am currently learning Korean and its fairly easy, except for writing , So Yay! i guess..?

Ps* If anyone here knows or speaks Korean if they could reach out to me so i can understand a bit easier because studies show people excel in another language speaking with a person in another language .

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Re: Learning A New Language - December 6th 2017, 08:31 PM

Hi There,

It's always very hard to learn another language, it also makes you realize how skilled people who have moved from another country, to a completely different country that doesn't speak that language.

I found a couple apps on my mobile phone that really helped me learn how to speak a bit of Italian (I can't remember anything about it though.. haha).

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Re: Learning A New Language - December 6th 2017, 09:25 PM

I think it's wonderful that you want to learn a new language. I would love to learn a new language, but the one I really want would be pretty much useless around here unless I moved out to a Midwestern state, such as Minnesota or Wisconsin. I do, however, know another language; but it isn't a spoken one.

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Re: Learning A New Language - December 6th 2017, 10:28 PM

I think it's great that you want to learn a new language! It can definitely be difficult to get the hang of things, but having a second language in your arsenal can definitely be a valuable life skill. Good luck with your endeavor!


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Re: Learning A New Language - December 7th 2017, 06:49 AM

I think it is great you want to learn a new language! It can definitely be a challenging thing to do. I know a lot of people who found it rewarding and were glad that they chose to learn a new language.


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Re: Learning A New Language - December 7th 2017, 10:57 AM

Learning Korean sounds awesome! I love listening to random songs in different languages, but never know what they are saying Good luck with learning!


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Re: Learning A New Language - December 8th 2017, 08:21 PM

im not sure how to begin with a new language
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I've found that the best way for me to learn a language is to focus on basic vocabulary first, like food and simple phrases. Then you add in grammar as you go. I would also highly recommend just listening to the language first so that you can practice making and listening to the sounds. I use Duolingo and online dictionaries for the most part. It's been a big help for German at school, and I've been using it to learn French and Norwegian.
   
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