Tag: foreign language

Steps to Take Before Heading Off On Your Travels

For the past year and a half, travel has been off the cards for many of us. This has been due to the coronavirus and Covid-19 pandemic, which has caused governments around the world to close their countries’ borders or advise citizens against travel in a bid to slow and minimize the spread of the virus.

However, with the worldwide rollout of the vaccine underway, and with many countries slowly getting back to life as usual, many of us are turning our minds to our first trips away as soon as we are allowed. Of course, there are a few things you should do when booking your trip and before boarding your flight that can help to make your trip as safe and enjoyable as possible.

Here are a few to consider!

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5 Best Ways to Learn a Foreign Language

Hello, everyone!

This is my very first organic post since I published a post about how to write a guest post pitch the other day. One of the reasons is that I’ve been swarmed up with some activities these days that are not blog-related. One of them is that I took some online courses to learn a foreign language.

Well, technically, I’m taking two separate courses to learn two foreign languages. Earlier this year, I decided to polish my Turkish language skill after I came across some random Turkish series on Facebook. LOL. For that, I already know basic Turkish, so my goal for the course is quite simple… To improve my speaking and listening skills, as well as to enrich my vocabulary.

Apart from Turkish, I also registered for an online course to start learning Serbian. A couple of years ago, I came across Serbian Language and Culture Workshop site, and I was already planning to join their program ever since. Initially, I was planning to go there this year, but then the pandemic hit, so I have to postpone.

As a result, I’m taking the online course for both languages simultaneously. That’s why I decided to start writing about some tips to learn a foreign language. I’m not saying I’m a multitalented person slash polyglot, but I guess I get by when it comes to learning a language that is not my mother tongue.

So, what are the best ways to learn a foreign language?!

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