Introduce yourself here

General discussion about learning languages
M-Biggles
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Joined: Fri Dec 04, 2020 4:21 pm
Languages: English, Yiddish (N); Spanish, Classical Hebrew (Begin)
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Re: Introduce yourself here

Postby M-Biggles » Fri Dec 04, 2020 5:30 pm

Hi all!

New member from Australia. I'm starting to learn Spanish and hopefully Classical Hebrew. Hoping to join some other learners in doing what I enjoy. I've not been learning languages seriously for about 5 years and it's very exciting to get back into things!
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psylosurgeon
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Joined: Sun Dec 06, 2020 9:18 pm
Languages: English(N), Spanish(beginner), Tamil(beginner)
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Re: Introduce yourself here

Postby psylosurgeon » Sun Dec 06, 2020 9:31 pm

Hello everyone,
I am a new member from USA, and I intend to learn Spanish, Sanskrit, and hopefully either Hindi or Tamil. I am new to learning new languages and I hope to make new friends with similar interests.
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oho
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Re: Introduce yourself here

Postby oho » Fri Dec 11, 2020 11:14 am

Hi. I'm oho, this year I'm learning Portuguese and German and trying to mantain my level of Dolomitic Ladin and Hebrew. I also have a huge interest in linguistics, my favorite areas being so far morphology, syntax and historical linguistics. I live in Tuscany, near its capital Florence.
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Agorima
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Posts: 35
Joined: Sun Dec 13, 2020 9:04 am
Languages: Italian (Native)
English (B1)
French (A2)
Greek (A2)
Studying: Czech (A2)
Next languages to study: German, Russian, Spanish
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Re: Introduce yourself here

Postby Agorima » Sun Dec 13, 2020 9:11 am

Hi all,

I am a new member living in Czech Republic. I am studying Czech language to communicate and socialise with people.
I am willing to learn German as the next language.
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rdearman
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Re: Introduce yourself here

Postby rdearman » Sun Dec 13, 2020 11:21 am

Agorima wrote:Hi all,

I am a new member living in Czech Republic. I am studying Czech language to communicate and socialise with people.
I am willing to learn German as the next language.

What is your native language?
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angel
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Re: Introduce yourself here

Postby angel » Mon Dec 14, 2020 12:21 pm

Hello everyone! My name is Amy, I am from Slovenia and my mother tongue is Slovenian. I consider myself fluent in English (I've been using English daily for over 20 years now), but I do want to improve my understanding of tenses in the near future. I've been studying German on and off for about 3 years now and I've also been to Germany for a couple of months, which has significantly improved my spoken German. For personal reasons I've also started learning Spanish a couple of months ago (I watched Spanish telenovelas a lot in my teenage years) and am currently juggling between the two (German and Spanish), while "marinating" mandarin Chinese by just casually watching dramas for about an hour a day (I'm experimenting whether or not I'll be able to pick it up or acquire bits of it much like English and Spanish, despite the fact that it's a very different language compared to others I'm familiar with). In the future I do plan on learning even more languages to a decent level as I do enjoy learning them and will keep language learning as a hobby probably until the day I am physically no longer able to.
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Agorima
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Posts: 35
Joined: Sun Dec 13, 2020 9:04 am
Languages: Italian (Native)
English (B1)
French (A2)
Greek (A2)
Studying: Czech (A2)
Next languages to study: German, Russian, Spanish
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Re: Introduce yourself here

Postby Agorima » Mon Dec 14, 2020 5:21 pm

rdearman wrote:
Agorima wrote:Hi all,

I am a new member living in Czech Republic. I am studying Czech language to communicate and socialise with people.
I am willing to learn German as the next language.

What is your native language?


My native language is Italian.
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Re: Introduce yourself here

Postby rdearman » Mon Dec 14, 2020 6:01 pm

Agorima wrote:
rdearman wrote:
Agorima wrote:Hi all,

I am a new member living in Czech Republic. I am studying Czech language to communicate and socialise with people.
I am willing to learn German as the next language.

What is your native language?


My native language is Italian.



Benvenuto !
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palomalou
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Joined: Thu Dec 17, 2020 3:09 pm
Languages: native English speaker; intermediate German; working intensively on Italian presently, probably about B1
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Re: Introduce yourself here

Postby palomalou » Thu Dec 17, 2020 3:14 pm

Good morning! New member Palomalou (sometimes called "Pal" :D ) I am a retired piano professor dreaming of moving to Italy, so working hard during the pandemic to resurrect my Italian. I am B1, perhaps B2 in some areas, but not all! Native language English; I worked for a few years as an opera coach in Germany MANY years ago, so I have retained minimal function in German. I look forward to learning much about language learning from your wise heads!
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justz
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Languages: English, Polish, Spanish, German
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Re: Introduce yourself here

Postby justz » Thu Dec 17, 2020 5:12 pm

Hi there! Please call me Z. I speak fluently Polish, German and English. Started to learn Spanish a year ago when I moved to Medellin for a bit. Since then I've been working on an algorithm that enables you to learn any language in any language. (unlike Duolingo, which, for example, only offers English for Polish users :( )

I'll be happy to share the results of my work in the upcoming weeks and at the same time get to know this community better.
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