Er det nÃ¥ jeg skal skryte av at jeg snakker, eller iallefall forstÃ¥r, seks forskjellige sprÃ¥k?
I don't know. But I can sympathize...I've been told that my Spanish sounds Italian-accented.bakergirl30 wrote:It all seems like it would sound lovely.. but here is my problem... I tend to make everything sound spanish.
How do you make that stop???
SheWolf wrote:Jemaine es muy guapo. Jemaine no es feo. Or something like that. I took Spanish in high school and those were the first sentences we learned, only they related to the Roberto character in our book and our teacher called him Roberto Redford so we could remember what guapo and feo meant. We had to have Spanish names and the teacher gave me Loudi since there is no Lori only Laura which is Louda. I wanted to be Liliana dammit!
I took German for 2 years in college. I practiced so much that I thought in German. I can stil recite a few paragraphs about how 3/4 of Switzerland speaks German and 1/4 speaks French and other things that don't matter much in the real world. I found German much easier than Spanish. We didn't officially need to have German names but I referred to my German self as Lorelei. Coz I like the idea of luring men to their deaths.
IMHO learning language in school doesn't amount to a hill of beans. I never took French but suspect I learned more of it by spending a week in Quebec and being forced to speak it than I ever would have done in class.
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