Does anyone know of any discord servers for language learning where people actually use the voice chat rooms to speak?
I have joined a few but the voicechat features are almost never used.
I'm a woman who is learning French, Esperanto and just starting Mandarin. English is my native language.
Thanks in advance
大家好！I wanted to share my free pop-up dictionary that allows you to learn Chinese while watching your favorite shows on Netflix and reading on the web. You can bookmark new words and export them to flashcard decks. Both ‘s’ and ‘b’ will save/bookmark words.
You can download the extension for free here:
Here’s also a short video tutorial on how to use it:
I hope you all find this helpful!
Do you learning Korean by watching K-drama?
I am currently conducting research on the effectiveness of learning by meaning-focus input and decontextualized learning strategies in learning Korean. I would like to hear from the Korean language learners about their views on learning Korean through watching Korean drama and learning by using word cards.
I would be grateful if you could fill out the survey! Help needed!
The link is https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScca-bjYSLboYpZqJ3ylhYJFAOv9bmWtkfiB36_ITpHJs1DNw/viewform?usp=sf_link
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Thank you very much.
I’ve been writing a story that takes place in Japan, the main character is called “Mira” which means “stubborn” and her grandma is called “Hanako” which means “flower child” (please correct me if I’m wrong in any way).
I’ve been struggling with the honorifics I should use.
I think I’ve figured out that the grandma should call her granddaughter “Mira-chan” but I still can’t figure out how the girl should call her grandma. Is it “ōbasan”? Only “Bā”? “Hanako Bā”? I’d like the name “ Hanako” to be present when the girl is calling her grandma, is it possible without being too formal?