pro tip: when you’re doing listening comprehension exercises try to expose yourself to a variety of accents! for example, if you’re studying french, expose yourself to sources from different parts of the francophone worls like Quebec, French speaking West African countries, overseas French departments and territories, etc. learning the language is important but exposing yourself to a variety of accents can really help you to understand more than just people of one region!
- les cheveux (hair)
- le chevaux (horses)
- les chevilles (ankles)
- les chevreaux (baby goats)
what’s the deal
Dear Icelandic language,
as you may know my Uni forgot you and your Scandinavian sisters, so I chose Russian as third language.
I know, I said you were my favourite, but please, believe me when I say I’ll never forget you and we’ll always be friends.
I’ll always let you and your country a special little space inside my heart! I could never forget about the cold weather, the erupting volcanos, the elves, the music, the magnificent medieval literature, and the exciting Icelandic grammar!
Hope you forgive my latest absence.
See you soon :)
your best Italian student