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gocek

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About gocek

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    Language Newbie

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  • Currently studying
    english
  • Native tongue
    macedonian
  • Fluent in
    english, macedonian
  1. I don't think they have a language in the sense that we do. I think they have scents, sounds and body languages a means of communication. They don't speak certain sound combinations to get their point across to each other, rather they use their whole being to get messages across.
  2. Very interesting post. I would assume Chinese is harder just because it is less globalized than English. People everywhere know at least a little bit of English, but that's not so with Chinese.
  3. Some Canadians to have a bit of a twang to their speech. Not in the Southern sense, so to speak but a Northern twang. It's not an accent, just s different pronunciation of certain vowel sounds. I actually like it. Nothing to be self conscious about. :grin:
  4. I think it happens to the best of us. I'm not a native English speaker, but I speak English more than my native language. I often forget words in my native language and I get made fun of by my family! :speechless:
  5. I definitely think it's possible to learn a language without reading or writing. Hebrew sounds difficult, but I think it's doable. Good luck!
  6. I would be interested in learning Spanish. I think it's one of the easier languages to learn if you already have an understanding of different genders in speech, which I do.
  7. gocek

    Hola!

    Hello everyone I'm new to this forum. It looks like a lot of fun on this site. I'm really happy that I'll be able to talk about language with all of you! :grin:
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