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  3. Hello, I am Jean, from Paris. I discovered this forum because I was looking for some informations to learn Japanese. I used to travel a lot and I stayed in Tokyo for more than a year. I could speak a bit of Japanese, unfortunately I forgot it ! I studied Russian for 7 years. I like learning languages and teaching about mine, for exemple I have a Instagram account to help people learn french. Hope to exchange soon on this forum. Jean
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  5. Traveling to another country to learn the language is helpful to improve all your skills, listening, speaking, or pronunciation. To absolve all the information necessary to develop all the skills successfully, you need to be in the country for 3 months minimum. Experience the culture and be around locals will help you as a foreigner.
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  7. Hi everyone, my name is Kleber, I'm 39 years old, I'm from Brazil and I am learning English. I play football every Saturday, I sometimes play video game. I like games kind of Call of Duty, God of war, etc. I live in Dublin and I need improve my English. Cheers.
  8. Hi everyone, I would like to recommend one great resource for learning Chinese characters. I have been using it for 6 months already and I am really happy about it. Although it has no other features except vocabulary memorization, it suits me perfectly as memorizing characters is my main pain point ;-( https://www.hackchinese.com/ Would you be able to share some other tools you are using for learning Chinese words?
  9. Hi everyone, I have a question regarding french relative clauses that I just can't figure out by myself. Here two examples: Ces trois couleurs ce sont celles que l'on retrouve dans le tableau de Delacroix. Elle a été créée après les décolonisations des années 1950 et 1960, comme vous pourrez le voir dans cet extrait vidéo qui raconte l'histoire de la francophonie. Can anyone explain to me 1) whether the article in the highlighted section is obligatory 2)if so, why and when it is obligatory 3) if not, why it is used and what difference it makes compared to leaving it o
  10. Download the Allugha app to learn German On Google Play Laden Sie Allugha herunter, um Deutsch zu lernen Bei Google Play https://tinyurl.com/y2qsc2ke
  11. hi dear forum members ı am ali at turkey ı hope you are all together well
  12. You mean something like "there's", "I'll", etc.? You can separate them to make it easier, like "there's" = "there is", "I'll" = "I will", etc.
  13. Immigrante Chapter 4: The importance of hand gestures and body language To live in a different country and to LL, you don't need to learn the hand gestures and/or body language of the HC. However, it does make life much easier, especially in a country where words are not supposed to reflect true intention. And if you master it, society around you will be more likely to consider you part of the society rather than an outsider. Of course I can't cover all hand gestures and body language of all countries, so I'll provide examples of Japanese since I'm pretty familiar with those. A
  14. 2 and a half years late with my reply, but thanks! I'll definitely look into that, although I'm not really trying to learn Chinese, but I do have a growing interest in Chinese and Korean (especially Taiwanese culture and the whole history of pre-communist China) as of late.
  15. 'Chinese characters made easy for everyone" is a great book! I have used it as well. Still, when I had HSK 2, I had to look for mobile and web apps to learn more and more characters in my cellphone. I have found and tested many tools. However, there is one app that I am still using now. Hack Chinese has no advanced functionality, but it perfectly suits me for learning and revising characters.
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  17. please help me i try google translate but its not work ali ali maula ali ali maula ghaus qutub sab ali ali karde hukm ali da chale asmaan utte sooraj chand taare ali ali karde ghuncha phul patte ali ali karde saare mahpare ali ali karde kismat wal howe mushkil hal howe jad gham maare ali ali karde asraar e khuda tasveer e nabi sakhiyan da sakhi waliyan da wali hath phad ke nabi ne aakhiya si man kunto maula nahi bhulna hor saari duniya bhul jaana ik haider maula nahi bhulna yahan wahan kabhi dekha idhar udhar dekha ali ali nazar aaya jidhar jidhar dekha don
  18. Personally I don’t believe it has anything to do with what order the words in a sentence are combined together to form one but rather what you are looking at when speaking that sentence such rather than just red car or car red which would indicate an almost tunnel vision way to speak as opposed to saying there is a red car in which case the writer of such a sentence would be looking at a much more specific picture and be able to articulate better what he or she wanted to say. Note: this is English. English may be one of a kind but it’s the one of a kind that stands out from the rest of the cro
  19. Hola, soy un estudiante y aprendo español en mi escuela. Tengo ayuda por mi español. Gracias.
  20. Actually, it might as well be English in a made up alphabet. I got this idea after seeing how this looks suspiciously similar to "200 years": Or here as "being", which is repeated quite a few times throughout the notes: Pretty clever, almost like if you'd be looking at an ancient piece of text.
  21. The is fairly new, and is in a (life science) laboratory notebook so I don't think that it is some ancient language like Iberian; and in N'ko, the letters are connected in a word.
  22. It seems to correspond closely to either Iberian, or N'Ko from as far as I've been able to find.
  23. Hi Brenda, I'm interested in chatting in English and Spanish (I'm a native English speaker) I'm on Skype if you're still interested.
  24. Hi, I trying to decipher these notes that were found in one of our lab logbooks and we don't know who wrote it. Can anyone help me to identify this language? Thank you very much.
  25. Hola, me llamo njn y soy un estudiante. Hablo inglés y aprendo español en mi escuela. Quiero ayuda con mi español. Gracias.
  26. Immigrante Chapter 3: Looking for a place to live. You should NOT live in a big city! Unless if you move to another country in order to move in with your spouse, the most obvious choice is usually a big city. That's what everyone knows, that's what all the tourists see, that's where all the jobs and universities are, and that's where you can party without knowing a single word. I probably already spoiled it here, so I might as well just say it right now: unless you move to an English speaking country, do NOT move to a big city!! It doesn't mean that you will have to live in the m
  27. Hi Everyone! My name is Brenda and I´m looking someone to practice my English and at the same time I can help to practice Spanish.
  28. Hi Jamila, my name is Brenda. I am Mexican and I interested to improve my english and at the same time I can help you to learn more Spanish. So, Still do you available for that?
  29. Immigrante Chapter 2.5: Common questions Whenever people find out that I'm a European living in Japan, I get a host of questions whether it's from locals, or IE, or former IE who returned to their HC, or people in my HC, etc. Instead of moving on to chapter 3 that I wanted to do today, I'll quickly get through this bonus chapter. Feel free to skip it if you're not interested. ---------- Do you ever feel like you want to move back to your HC? It's hard to predict the future. However, I want to stay where I am for the remainder of my life, but things can possibly change.
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