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  1. Hello, everybody. I'm sorry if this forum is not for music, but I've been searching for those lyrics everywhere and never found them. I tried to write them by ear but cannot understand almost anything. Maybe a native speaker or a more fluent person than me can help me with this song and write down the lyrics ¿? (The Grave Shall Be Forever by the band Paralysed Age). A translation into another language is not necessary (I understand written English, plus I just want to sing it and make my own version). Thanks a lot! (
  2. Do you guys have any favorite Chinese songs? When I first started learning Chinese I would randomly download a bunch of songs and filter out the ones I didn't like. As a result I have a couple of songs that I love and keep on reply almost every day. I also got some nice Cantonese ones in the process too; I can't understand them though. I think one of the best things about listening to Chinese songs is the more words you learn the more of the song you understand. It's kind of like the song your listening to is a mystery, but a couple of months later after you learn some more Chinese you can und
  3. Private tutoring languages (native speaker) & musical instruments Cantonese,Mandarin,German,Portuguese,French,English & more languages. My email [email protected] You can email us giving details of your requirements and your phone no/whatsapp/wechat/email. lookfortutor.webnode.com lookfortutor.weebly.com
  4. I listen to music and translate it to learn new languages. I use Spotify for most of my music. However, the only foreign language (foreign to the US, that is) music that I seem to have run into so far is Spanish, one French song and 99 Luftballoons. What non-English songs do you know of on Spotify? Even if it's just a small portion of the song, like the chorus or a verse.
  5. anna3101

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    Native Dutch speakers cannot understand this. I've met a couple here and there and when I said what my favourite Dutch-speaking band was, they would just burst out laughing But hey, it's a great way to quickly learn all basic Dutch words. Seriously. The songs are super simple, and extremely easy to remember. Probably because this band's target audience is small girls I proudly present... K3! My favourite Dutch-speaking music source
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