Hello everyone! My name is Olivier, a French native speaker As a Belgian, I had also to learn and improve my Dutch - het is niet mijn lievelingse taal maar ik kan inspanningen doen - and my English - I do prefer this language compared to Dutch, even though in Dutch, Vocabulary is translated by 'Woordenschat', which means 'treasure of words' Curiously, as German is one of the official language of this country - due to historical reasons and the proximity of Germany, it was not mandatory for me to learn it at school. I remember in my youth, the only time I heard German was when our King Baudouin, and then Albert II, was giving one or two sentences during his traditional speech on 21st July (our national day) or before Christmas. Aside that, I learnt also Italian - una lingua che mi piace tanto di parlare perché c'è la lingua del mio cuore, la prima lingua che ho veramente deciso di imparare e di parlare. Oh there's a limit in the comments! Let me continue in another post!
And I realized that... It seems adding lines between paragraphs... Doesn't have any effect! So sorry if you are seeing all the comments 'in miles without any space'. Practical message for you: Aside this circle, I would be so happy to organize (on a monthly basis, more if interest is there), a zoom session where we could practice languages - in a conversation table way - or talk about languages - or giving some tips.
Hello, I am Hildegard, I speak German, English & functional, yet rusty French. Currently, I am also studying Norwegian & Japanese on the language learning app Duolingo. - I am a Language Enthusiast and consider communication is key to everything. The more aware and in tune I am with my unique internal language and communication system, the easier it is to communicate with the outside world.
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