Language Links

Salut! Just a bunch of cool links for articles, news, organizations, and interesting things related to languages that I’ve recently come across. The website ArtsHub has a “So you want my arts job: _____” series, and I came across one for being a literary translator. For some reason, I’m able to access the article on one of my devices, but not the other. Apologies if … Continue reading Language Links

Don’t try out online tutors/language exchanges…then you won’t have to talk to anyone!

A bit of reverse psychology for you! Did it work? I think of myself as a social introvert. I like lots of indoor hobbies (reading books, writing, watching tv shows/movies, listening to music/podcasts, the internet, etc), I’m a quieter person, and I’m rather independent. But I have lots of wonderful friends, I’m able to be social when I need to, and I like going to … Continue reading Don’t try out online tutors/language exchanges…then you won’t have to talk to anyone!

Why do I write in English?

If I’m learning all these languages, why do I write my posts in English? I live in the United States, and a large amount of the population is monolingual and only speaks English. An American seriously learning a second language is a minority, and someone like me learning multiple languages is unusual. There are many reasons to learn other languages (maybe I’ll delve into that … Continue reading Why do I write in English?

How to fit language learning into your life (or at least how I do)

#1 Make it your favorite hobby I have lots of hobbies. I’m the kind of person who is either keeping myself busy or relaxing on my couch reading a book/watching a show. One hundred percent energy or 10 percent energy, I guess? Some of my other hobbies are playing the violin (I also play guitar, ukalele, and a smidgen of piano), riding horses, reading a … Continue reading How to fit language learning into your life (or at least how I do)