5 Habits to Learn a Language for Keeps

Language Scramble by Erik Andresen.

One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way. ~ Frank Smith

You’re right . . . learning a language is not easy.

And between the office and your part-time hustle, you don’t have the time or the energy for language study.

You want so much to regain the speaking facility you had back in college. Even been thinking of taking up a new language, but life and family (Sorry, dear Husband, for how this sounds, if you’re reading this!) keeps getting in the way.

But you wanna speak another language so bad! 

If only to know what people are saying about you when they think you don’t have a clue. 

So, how in the world do you do it?

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Hello in speech bubbles by iliveinoctober.

5 Habits to Learn a Language for Keeps

One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way. ~ Frank Smith You’re right . . . learning a language is not easy. And between the office and your part-time hustle, you don’t have the time or the energy for language study. You want so much to regain…

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Pont des Arts, Paris, France

Paris in the Spring . . . Still Romantic (No Locks Required)

We travel for romance . . . . . ~ Ray Bradbury Paris is as romantic as ever, even without new “lovelocks.” You may have heard . . . the accumulation of thousands of padlocks on the Pont des Arts have made it a danger and an eyesore. Tourists-in-love had managed to attach three quarter of…

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Tarte Tatin 1, by Photo by Mel.

La Sweet France: A Macaron-Free Tour of French Pastry

Work is the meat of life, pleasure the dessert. ~ B.C. Forbes You’re on your way to France, a paradise for lovers of sweets like you. Macarons in as many flavors as there are colors will call you to you at every turn from the moment you land at Orly. And, most of the time, you’ll…

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