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About HatMadder

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  • Birthday September 7


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  1. If you're a native english speaker you're probably familiar with the song that goes: "ABCDEFG HIJKLMNOP QRS TUV WXY and Z, now I know my ABCs, next time won't you sing with me." The song is very widespread and it introduces children to the English alphabet. Given that I for the most part like to treat my language learning as if I was a child learning a first language and not an adult learning a second one, I think that a song like this could be incredibly helpful to me. Looking around YouTube it doesn't seem that there's a widespread standard "alphabet song" for the Spanish language. Are any n
  2. I was leaning more towards Spanish in my head, and it looks like that's the general consensus from here. Thanks to you guys for the advice. I've began the Duolingo course(not the best resource I know, but it's free and it works well as a supplement to other resources), and I'm gonna go looking around for some more resources soon. I appreciate your opinions.
  3. I'm trying to decide what language I want to start learning. I want to eventually learn several languages, but I'm having a hard time deciding where to start. I've learned bits and pieces of Swedish, German, Spanish, French, Italian, and Japanese, but nothing even close to conversational. I'd like to eventually learn all the languages I listed and a few others, but I'm having a hard time deciding where to start. Right now I'm thinking either Esperanto, Spanish, or Japanese. They all have their advantages which I will enumerate below. Maybe someone can help me make my mind up Esperanto I
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