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Goofy Ginger 💖💜💙 Jul 14
I love 's sense of humor and pop culture references. Well played, little green owl.
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Daniel Cortés Suárez Jul 20
speaking in another language and forget how does it say in your own
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Elizabeth Orefice Jul 20
Why do you think people are afraid of speaking in their target language right away?
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Hatice ‘Deniz’ AVCI Jul 18
it’s no secret that i love watching korean drama, tho today something really weird happened while i was shopping. two korean folks were talking and i was somehow able to understand what the conversation was about. never took korean courses. really weird.
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Julia - La Vie en Prose📚🖊️ Jul 18
I've lived all over the UK, having had nomadic parents, and so code-shifted many dialects, which may be one reason why I now find it so easy to pick up other languages
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ActiveState Jul 17
The ActiveState Platform is like a personal chef for your language environments - it whips up secure, dependency-complete runtimes for you from any language. Learn more:
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Patrick Mougin 🇪🇺🇦🇺🇫🇷 Jul 14
Another language added 🇮🇹🇪🇺
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Youth League for San Fernando West 🇹🇹 Jul 12
Did you know that Attorney General and MP for San Fernando West the Honourable Faris Al-Rawi is a Polyglot? Not only is Mr. Al-Rawi verse in English and Spanish, but he also has the ability to speak a number of languages!
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RickySeaman Jul 16
Q&A VLOG TOMORROW! Ask me a question for the vlog!
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Mooz Diaryz 📚 Jul 18
An hour of conversation (with corrections and a dictionary for reference) is as good as five hours in a classroom and 10 hours with a language course by yourself.
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Mooz Diaryz 📚 Jul 19
How can you built $700 million with no Kazakh courses?
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SpeakatHomeTonight Jul 17
I talk about how I learned all of my languages, how to be brave and begin speaking immediately, parenting & more 🗣🌎
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Woodward Languages Jul 14
Meet the people who speak many languages. How do they do it, and why? Simon Calder asks how to go about acquiring a new tongue. He gets tips from those who know - innovative teachers and polyglots. The answers are surprising.
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Anugrah Megahmiko Jul 18
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Frosty (フロスティ) ☃🇺🇸🇯🇵🇩🇪🇮🇹 Jul 18
Thought some of you might want to check this out. The $15 bundle has All-in-Ones for , , & . No Japanese, tho. Bought it just to expand my e-library for the 1st 2. (...and maybe learn Spanish. Just a little. And French, too. Heh heh...)
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Joel Delizo 🇨🇦🏳️‍🌈🇺🇸 Jul 14
Replying to @woltersworld
Yesterday I had two 7s in a margarita and did 5 with a native Spanish speaker. Sí, aprendo hablar español. After two margaritas, I was willing to make a lot of mistakes.
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LIM Lessons 11h
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your thoughtful wonk  👩🏻‍💻☕️ Jul 16
this is my kind of tweet
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Woodward Languages Jul 11
NEW LESSON: Numbers from 1 to 10 in CHINESE (Mandarin) We also look at why the number 8 is lucky and the number 4 is unlucky in Chinese culture. Complete lesson here:
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WorldWideGeneration Jul 18
William Medley is a & an expert on technology transformation. Here he shares his experience, challenges & aspirations as WWG’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO) as well as his views on the future of blockchain technology.
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