@kapulono1 · 1:11

Why are you studying another language? For work? For School? For romance/dating? Just as a hobby?

But if you're studying any other language Besides your first native language, drop a comment and start a conversation about why are you learning that language? And what is the value to you about it? Thank you. Gracias Obrigado mercy buttercups. Alright, you know what to do

#studyenglish #foreignlanguages #languageandculture #culture #secondlanguage #english #spanish #french #japanese #hawaiian

Bowie Rowan
@bowie · 1:19

Spanish & German!

And I was looking at some documents in German as part of my research, and I realized it'd be really helpful if I learned more. So that's how I started learning and taking German. And then I kind of fell in love with it. And I had the opportunity to go to Berlin a couple of times, the first time for pleasure, the second time for pleasure, but also some research
Debora Borges
@debora1983 · 0:47
Hi. My first language is Portuguese. And I work with people who are English speakers. So I'm studying English for work. Okay? And that's why it's very important. Values a lot to me. Also, I'm single. I want to get married, someone who speaks English. I mean, this is for love, romantic relationship. That's why I'm studying English
Marc A.
@AllenMarquis · 1:24
Being bilingual or learning more than one language is somewhat frowned upon in comparison to the rest of the world, where people know five, six, and seven languages as a communicator and one who loves to communicate. I would love to be able to speak Spanish fluently over the last year, particularly during this pandemic