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DSM

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About DSM

  • Rank
    Language Newbie
  • Birthday 03/07/1993

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  • Facebook Profile
    https://www.facebook.com/DarkStarPoet
  • Currently studying
    Swedish & French
  • Native tongue
    English
  • Fluent in
    English, French (semi-fluent)
  1. Hej! Forgive the sneaky "two years reply", but presuming you haven't already, I strongly recommend Memrise! They have a more amateurish feel in terms of audio recordings, which almost always puts me off, but it's got that sense of authenticity that I enjoy. Plus, it's actual native speakers teaching you and they speak at the same speed one would in conversation. Speaking and listening are definitely my weaker points, so it really helps.
  2. DSM

    Hallå!

    Thank you so much - and an additional thank you for making this forum! I'm very excited to explore it further. - Emma
  3. DSM

    Hallå!

    Hi, everyone! My name is Emma-Louise and I'm a wannabe linguist from England. I've been interested in language and how it connects to everything and everyone since I was tiny, but I've only really started exploring linguistics and the communities surrounding it more intensively for the last couple of years. I wasn't fortunate enough to study at University, so instead I teach myself and I share my findings over on my YouTube channel, where I will in no way complain should you choose to venture in that direction. My biggest interest is words, the importance specific ones hold in history and
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