In this article, I’d like to share my experience with meeting refugees and exchanging languages. As a result of my passion for foreign languages, I have a limited command of some of the tongues represented by my country’s new citizens, and this has provided me with the opportunity to practice these languages with native speakers.…… Continue reading How I practice languages while helping refugees
These days, among the hottest topics in the media are immigration, refugees and the questions and challenges related to the arrival of new citizens to a given country. As long as people have migrated, they have had to learn the language of their new home country. This is a matter that never ceases to spark…… Continue reading Should children of immigrants be taught their mother language in school?
Learning a new language takes a significant investment of time and perseverance. You’re not going to get very far in three months and after two years you might still feel like a beginner. Language learning is a marathon, not a sprint, and like long distance runners, you need to keep your blood sugar high enough…… Continue reading 9 ways to stay motivated in learning a foreign language
A challenge My journey in self studying languages started about 8 years ago. At the time I was doing a preparation course in order to gain access to college in my home country, Denmark. It wasn’t really a high school education, but more of a course designed for adults needing to catch up with qualifications…… Continue reading Why I learn languages
This is my very first blog post on my all-new blog “My Love of Mornings” I’d like to use the opportunity to try to explain to you (and myself) what this blog will be about: I might qualify as a morning person – I like to get up before everyone else and “wake up slowly”…… Continue reading Introduction to “My Love of Mornings”