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What do you think? The US Foreign Service Institute says English speakers can become proficient in some languages in 23-24 weeks (575-600 class hours), but others 88 weeks (2200 class hours)(about half that time preferably spent studying in-country)

How long would it take to learn another language fluently?

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Whether you are young, old or maybe in the middle, now might be just the right time to try something new and start to speak another language, which is why looking into how to learn German might be the most logical next step for you. Many people think that learning a new language is going to be really difficult and are probably put off of doing it because of this, but, German is one of the easiest languages to learn so nothing should be stopping you taking the next steps.

You don’t even have to go back to school to learn German, with hundreds of books, audio books and PC programs now available to help you to master the language in your own time, allowing you to learn and practice when you have some free hours, rather than being forced to attend college all the time.

And, you now have…

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Learn German

More people speak German as their native language thanany other language in Europe.It’s no wonder, since Germany’s 83 million inhabitants make it the most populous European nation. But not only the residents of Germany speak German.

It is also an official language of Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Liechtenstein. And it is the native language of a significant portion of the population in northern Italy, eastern Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, eastern France, parts of Poland, the Czech Republic, Russia, and Romania, as well as in other parts of Europe.
While learning German can connect you to 120 million native speakers around the globe, remember that many people also learn German as a second language. It is the 3rd most popular foreign language taught worldwide and the second most popular in Europe and Japan, after English.

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alberrrrt's raw thoughts

Okay, I’m trying to finish this post in three days so far. It’s a good question, Why I’m learning this language? What’s the problem? Am I learning it at all, or just saying about it? Am I just telling to anybody that I’m learning or what? I guess the latter is true, I’m just talking, that I’m learning, beause I skipped three days in a row to learn Korean language, let’s be honest, and what’s the problem in this case? And Why I’m started to learn this language? What’s the reasons?

This quetion has many aspects in order to be understood, the first is challenge, big challenge to learn not language, but whole functions of one system, its all about our world, how it works and so on, and any language is the best example how it can be achieved, day by day, just doing hardworking and making sense…

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my Seoul to be

IMG_4924Well I guess it was time. I have struggled through with a few Korean phrases and the general greeting but I have decided its time to take it to the next level – reading and understanding Korean.

Starting a bit later than I had hoped I would but it will definitely be an interesting experiencing. We have been doing classes for a couple of weeks now, just an hour and a half on a Monday and Wednesday evening at the Itaewon Global Center.

So far we have learnt the alphabet. This is a great start And I am already finding the world around me opening up further. I can now sound out each of the words and start to run the sounds together. At this point though while I now know what the words sound like I have no idea what half of them mean!

I am using flash…

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At my other website, I give review software and provide video demonstrations of software to help you learn Korean (e.g., click here: http://ebestlanguagelearningsoftware.com/learn-korean-software/)

But, of course, I’m not the only one. There are other very useful and interesting blogs which help you to learn Korean as well. Here is a list of some of them which you should check out:

Good Luck in your quest to learn Korean!



불안: anxiety, apprehension
뒷자리: back seat
통화: phone call, phone conversation
불만: dissatisfaction, complaint
자존심: one’s pride, self-respect
신경 쓰다: to bother, to show concern
다정하다: to be kind, friendly
토라지다: to sulk

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