As usual, the week was exciting. I’ve came across a number of talent and strength classifications, implying that all people are different and their strengths are imprinted from birth. I’ll be reflecting on this in later posts.
In terms of blog posts, the week wasn’t so great as the last one, but there’s still something worth sharing, so have a look :)
One Month In Italy by Randy the Yearlyglot
Randy, who is learning a different language each year, has spent a month in Italy, visiting quite a number of cities.
Italy turned out to be controversial, and I’ve read the post with interest. Maybe you’ll like it too :)
This a mightily useful post about… well, you see it all in the title. On top of that, examples are hilarious, so make sure to check it out!
6 easy ways to roll your R by Benny Lewis
Useful tips for pronouncing R in many languages from Benny the Irish Polyglot.
I would also suggest research on your target language phonology, if you have problems with pronunciation.
Read This if You’re Dreading Making Phone Calls in English! by Robby Kukurs
Another great post from Robby, in which he focuses (obviously) on speaking on the phone, and seeming fluent in the process.
What I like about Robby is that any of his posts can be used for any language you’re studying: the methods are essentially the same! Don’t miss it, these tips are really valuable.
That’s all for today. Hope you’re having a great weekend. See you next week!