those were two of the languages I wanted to learn the mostBartosz.Jablonski wrote:
Japanese - because I find the English translations sometimes odd and hard to understand :P
Russian - neighbor language with a lot of common history and def interesting things to share, once you understand them (achieved) :)
hahaha I love their old music from the 90's nowadays, can't blame you!Olga.Cygnel wrote:
English because of Spice girls :rolling_on_the_floor_laughing: :rolling_on_the_floor_laughing::rolling_on_the_floor_laughing:
that means laughing out loud
do the right thing even when nobody is watching
English because of Spice girls :rolling_on_the_floor_laughing: :rolling_on_the_floor_laughing: :rolling_on_the_floor_laughing:
I don't think "a zig a zig aah" is the best English
when i was a kid i always dreamt of having a perfect 10 english communication skills.
Elso.Martinez wrote:I've always wanted to learn sign language and braille too! I'd say it countsKhadijah.Davis wrote:Does sign language count. I wanted to learn sign language too! :)
But I don't know what sign language to learn because they are different in every country, just like languages.
Japanese, I watch anime alot and it's hard to find dubbed version of all the episodes of an anime.
Khadijah.Davis wrote:Does sign language count. I wanted to learn sign language too! :)
Yes! Sign language is definitely something I wanted to and still want to learn. But like Olga said, it is hard to decide which one because they're as varied as verbal languages it seems.
Wow! I have been here in UAE for the last 8 years now, but learning Arabic words are really difficult for me because in my current job, we are surrounded by expats coming from a different culture with different languages but the primary language being used is English. We are using English words in our daily correspondences such as when sending emails to our client. I must say that learning a language is not a easy task, you must use and speak the language daily for you to be able to apply it correctly.
I tried learning Arabic when I was in Egypt, but only managed the basics, counting, hello, goodbye, please, and thank you
To be honest, none. There was really no reason to learn a foreign language where I lived.
I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.