Talking about language goals

Hi, I just watched a video of two foreigners speaking Lithuanian and it was heartwarming. I'm happy there are people who love my language and learn it so well. A little more and they will sound native. Their video went viral on facebook and these guys became famous here: appeared on the news, tv and … Continue reading Talking about language goals

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Weekly update #4

Yesterday I was so much into finishing my reports I forgot it was time to look back at my language learning during the week. I was learning a lot of vocabulary for each language. We finished the chapter in Chinese classes and starting new one this week. I also had some listening in Japanese and … Continue reading Weekly update #4

あまりand あんまり

I finally figured out the difference between the two. It's simpler than I thought. Both mean the same but あんまりis more used in informal speech. I miss such things tought in grammar because Japanese learners learn all the politeness levels but what about informal language? When chatting with Japanese I was told "it's ok to … Continue reading あまりand あんまり

Weekly update #3

Typing this while listening to new One OK Rock album. And here's my week in language learning: 1. German. Still studying intensively. Finished(sadly) the lesson with 305 words but joined another few and my majority of lessons on memrise are for German. I borrowed some books from library so I have German reading material to … Continue reading Weekly update #3

Weekly update #2

Writing numbers will be easier than thinking of a title every time. I should have written (latest) last night but my internet had other thoughts. So this is my week in language learning. German I learnt 270/305 words in the basic German course on memrise. I will finish it really soon and move on to … Continue reading Weekly update #2

First language report of 2015

Funny, because my first language report comes in February. But I really have what to report. last Monday I just suddenly started studying all of my languages, including Spanish and French which were put off as 'someday'. Why not now? I think it started by discovering lingua.ly, a web app for learning languages. I chose … Continue reading First language report of 2015