It’s been six whole days since I embarked on this challenge and while some of you may be thinking that’s too soon to report on any progress, as I only have eighteen days per language, I’m really having to line these up. So, let’s dig into this, shall we?
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Scottish Gaelic is the first of the twenty endangered languages I’ll be spending time learning this year. It’s also going to be one I keep learning all year, so I’m excited to get my teeth into it!
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Back in March, I signed up for the ‘Free and Legal’ language challenge for the second time, with French as my language of choice. With just over three months left to go, I’m definitely lagging behind. Can I turn it around in time, or will I flame out of this challenge yet again?
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Today’s prompt is another one that’s short and sweet: Learn an idiom in the language you’re learning.
Idioms are really useful in any language–not only will they help you to sound more fluent, they also help to give you some insight into the culture you’re learning about, too. Plus, they’re really fun!
Let me know if you find any you like!
Here’s the picture of the prompt if you’d like to share it:
See you tomorrow!
So, what do you like to talk about? Sport? Films? Books? It’s important to know–because when you’re learning a new language, you’re going to want to be able to talk about these things in that language as well.
I like to talk about food. A lot. And the fun thing about food is that we basically all end up talking about it because we all need it! 😉
Today’s prompt, then, is a food-related reading one: Read a recipe in the language you’re learning.
That’s it! If you’re feeling ambitious, note down your new words and bookmark some recipes to try later…
Here’s your pic to share the prompt and I’ll see you tomorrow!