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Added by CitizenErased on 20 Jul 2015 06:16

Philolog Wannabe

A list of the languages I'm learning and want to learn. I love learning languages, but because I'm still a student and need to focus on exams I couldn't practice very well for the last 3 years. :( I would love to meet people who can speak these languages and can help me a little bit with it, though :D
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I'm learning Swedish through a mobile app and I extended my vocabulary quickly but I don't know much about the grammar .

I think its sound is interesting but words and some of the grammar is kind of close to English, so it is easier to progress.
My oldest and deepest desired language among these was Italian and I learned a little basics 5 or 6 years ago. Sadly, after that I couldn't keep it up because a lot of things have come to my way. Now I have a grammar book, some story books with translations, dictionary and a "most used words" book. So I'm ready to learn but just need to wait one more year to completely be free.

Italian sounds so fun and good. Also with a couple of words that I learned years ago, I did a solid start to French as they are both Latin languages. It also helped me just a bit in my biology studies, as I learn the Latin terms.
I started French in high school as a second foreign language. I think I have a good knowledge about the first topics, but just them :l

I love the sound, it's unique and feels special so I want to go as far as I can. I have study books for school class, grammar books, stories, dictionaries and a mobile app so I feel quiet ready for French too :D
I remember I got a strong interest in Finnish, especially when I read my language and this are some kind of relative languages. I wondered how it is similar and made a little research but never actually studied a thing. But it is very interesting because of that I will come back to this for sure.
Before I discovered Italian actually I was intended to learn Spanish, even I still have my notes of study from these times. But after I started to Italian and in school chose French I some kind of gave it up for a while. I always think if I learn Italian, it will be easy to learn Spanish and French so I'll learn them after that.

Spanish is the second common language on the world so learning Spanish can open doors to a whole new world for me.
Turkic languages are so special for me because you feel a connection to these people and their languages.

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