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Rumpelstilzli

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About Rumpelstilzli

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  • Birthday December 24

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  • Currently studying
    English, French, Castilian
  • Native tongue
    Swiss-German
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  1. Hi! Does someone know a good French learning app? I'm looking something like frantastique, I really love it! But it's too expensive for me Any ideas? Thanks a lot!!
  2. Hi there! I struggle with what to learn.. I mean, I thought that I can start to learn some vocabulary of Spanish, then someone on here asked me in which one I'm interested. So Castilian or Latin. Then I was going through the internet to see what the differences are between both Spanish at all. Then I found out that what I really should learn is Catalan. Now.. Since Catalan is just spoken in the Balearic Islands and some parts on the east coast of Spain, I'm not sure if I should just learn Castilian. On the other hand for what I want to study, I should better learn Catalan. Ugh! So w
  3. Hi! I like to use the app HelloTalk, at most to make some conversation in English, and now I started the same with French there. It's a very nice app where you can exchange languages with people from all over the world. There are some cool features like correct each other, voice messages, video chats, voice calling.. Good luck!
  4. dänn bini ja scho sehr dankbar, dass du mit mir es normals berndüütsch redsch, @linguaholic ^^ hüt spielt übrigens SCB!! wooohoo!!
  5. Not that long ago.. It was "The longest ride" from Nicholas Sparks =)
  6. Check this out: Bilingual Reading English and Spanish, or Learn Spanish - 50 Languages. Good luck! : )
  7. @flovo I think that what you are talking about has cultural and political issues. While Romands always are thinking that in the eyes of Swiss-Germans their opinion has less worth, Swiss-Germans don't have this feeling. So therefore Romands rather want to avoid learning German, while Swiss-Germans don't care, or in fact, they try to speak rather in French or Italian to communicate with each other, because they are aware of how Romands and Ticinesi are feeling, and try to make a difference. I hope it makes sense to you, what I am trying to say! I for myself think, that everyone shou
  8. @linguaholic ach, chum scho! Ich has ämel herzig gfunde "Swiss-German" dörfe z'läse! =) Na ja, s'isch scho es birebitz anderscht we das Berndüütsch vo da. Ihr tüend no meh französischi Wörter verdüütsche ^^ Ich erinnere mich ads Grosi vo mim ma mit ihrem: Häsch du cocolüsche? und ich.. han nume es riesigs Fragezeiche gha! Mir sind letschti übrigens ds Twann xi =) Und woni döte ids Resti ds WC gsuecht ha (wo au es Hotel isch), hani so ds Personal und d'lüüt ghört Französisch, Düütsch durenand rede.. Ich ha de Moment gliebt!
  9. @ornstein haha! I totally agree with you! A language never should get boring, right? Umm, good question.. I never thought before about which kind of Spanish I want to learn. You just made me headache! No, really, lol. So that's why I visited now Google to understand what the differences are, and guess what? I'd rather learn Catalan than Spanish, lmao! The reason for that is, I like the Balearic Islands plus I want to visit Barcelona one time. I struggle a bit now, because I like to learn languages which are useful, so therefore I'd say Castillian, I read that it's easier to change from Castill
  10. ..and hello to everybody! As you can hear I am Swiss, and living in the Swiss-German part of Switzerland. I'm used to hear many languages since I was a kid. You may know, that we have three official languages: German, French, Italian, and one inofficial: Romansh. We might have regions in there's just one spoken language, but all products on here are written in the three languages - and if I'm abroad anywhere, I'm always looking for the German writing on the products, but as you can guess already, without any success! Anyway, I'm actually trying to study three languages:
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