about learning languages in your own country and how many? | Ask Benny | Forum

about learning languages in your own country and how many? | Ask Benny | Forum

Benny
A A A

Please consider registering
guest

Log In Register

Register | Lost password?
Advanced Search

— Forum Scope —

  

— Match —

   

— Forum Options —

    

Minimum search word length is 3 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters

Topic RSS
about learning languages in your own country and how many?
December 2, 2012
23:16
Summoner4
New Member
Forum Posts: 2
Member Since:
December 2, 2012
Offline

So, I'm new here and native spanish speaker (not very good at english).

I want to ask for tips about learning a language in your own country (because I can't travel).

And about how many languages learning at the same time, what do you think it's better? Learn one by one or how many?

(sorry if you don't understand very well 'cause I'm not sure at all how to ask this in english)

 

Just that, thanks for answers and greetings from Argentina!

December 3, 2012
10:44
Kevinpost
Orlando, Florida, U.S.A.

moderator
Forum Posts: 499
Member Since:
July 15, 2011
Offline

Welcome to the Fi3m forum. Your English is fantastic, be confident!

Which part of Argentina do you live in? In most of Argentina (especially the larger cities) it is incredibly easy to find foreigners to practice a language. http://www.couchsurfing.org is an incredible resource for finding travelers, ex-pats and locals who speak a language you are learning. Give it a try!

Benny is currently learning Egyptian Arabic in Brazil through French! See more here:

http://www.fluentin3months.com/arabic-mission/

You also might find this article helpful as well "Don’t travel to learn a language! Why it’s your ATTITUDE, not your longitude and latitude, that counts":

http://www.fluentin3months.com/latitude-vs-attitude/

 

What language are you learning? I, as do many other language learning experts, highly recommend that you learn one language at a time. 
 

Speaks:    
Learning to fluency:  
There will definitely be more that follow!
December 3, 2012
13:44
Summoner4
New Member
Forum Posts: 2
Member Since:
December 2, 2012
Offline

Hi again! I live in Córdoba and learning korean (sadly I can't talk nothing yet, so better I say "I want to learn korean"). It's not very popular as italian, french, english, japanese, etc...and I don't know really for what I want to learn, just find korean language nice!

I'll check the links, thank you laugh

December 4, 2012
22:55
Kevinpost
Orlando, Florida, U.S.A.

moderator
Forum Posts: 499
Member Since:
July 15, 2011
Offline

Parce, Córdoba es una ciudad grande con muchos extranjeros viajando, estudiando y viviendo ahí y me imagino que hay personas que hablan o por lo menos conocen a alguien que habla coreano. Muchos éxitos!

Speaks:    
Learning to fluency:  
There will definitely be more that follow!
Forum Timezone: America/New_York

Most Users Ever Online: wp_m8bqz1_sferrorlog

Currently Online:
43 Guest(s)

Currently Browsing this Page:
1 Guest(s)

Top Posters:

Stephanie S: 742

Kevinpost: 499

Randybvain: 450

this_just_in: 328

Alasdair: 304

sipes23: 260

Member Stats:

Guest Posters: 9

Members: 63540

Moderators: 2

Admins: 5

Forum Stats:

Groups: 5

Forums: 16

Topics: 5021

Posts: 25296

Newest Members: ty@14bhc, alross, mpra121, Miraldo, jorgeluizchaves, LukVL

Moderators: Lingo: 678, anno: 205

Administrators: Benny: 485, balint: 0, tweaky: 0, AlexW: 0, The Duke: 0