It can seem like an impossible task to learn a new language but it's all about making it fun and finding a way that works for you, I believe :) In this blog post I'm going to share some of my tips to learn a new language. It’s been a while since I last wrote a blog post and lots of things have happened. The biggest change in my life is that I decided to leave Málaga and move to Leeds in England! Very exciting!
Now I get to discover funny Yorkshire slang, learn about British
When learning a new language one sometimes has to step completely out of one’s comfort zone. Especially if you live abroad in a country where the language is spoken. I can promise you that you will feel frustrated, uncomfortable and down once in a while. You’ll even end up in some really awkward situations, where you make a complete fool out of yourself! ;) But it’s all part of the learning process towards fluency. One day you’ll feel optimistic and full of positive energy, a
I have finally started this blog and I’m planning on writing about my passion for international development, migration and women’s rights, but definitely also about languages and language learning. I work as a translator, and though I have many different plans for the future, then I enjoy this life at the moment (especially the freedom it gives me) and I’ve always imagined combining my two interests, international development, and languages, in the long run. So on to my next
“What should my next language to learn be?”, you might ask yourself. I think about this every day. I cannot help myself (just to let you know: it will probably be French, Arabic or Swahili), because learning a new language is such a pain-in-the-ass-challenge, and SUCH a reward at the same time. It’s difficult to choose between the more than 7000 languages in the world, but there’s a good excuse to choose Spanish. It’s one of the most widespread languages in the world, and spo