Thanks so much for stopping by my page - and for the friend add :). Your story is such an inspiration and I love all of the positivity on your page. Looking forward to getting to know you on this journey. Have a great weekend. 725 days ago
Yeah, i've always done really well in languages. As a part of our curriculum in Canada we have to take french (as its our official second language) starting grade 4-10 then after you choose to continue or some people take french immersion which starts in kindergarden & you take EVERYTHING in french kindergarden through highschool. I took it from grade 4 right through highschool & worked for a french based company after my second diploma so I used it quite a bit in everyday. Then i stopped & lost the majority of my conversation fluency. I can still read and listen to get the jist but yeah....it won't take long to get back to it as my boyfriend is bilingual (he's french Canadian) & I have the basics down so I won't be starting from scratch grammatically which is the hard part. Instead of taking classes for now I am using a FREE app on the iPad called Duillingo which is amazing & you can learn any language easily. We'll see how that goes before I spend time/money & then I can always speak it at home with Josh.
the only spanish I know is how to order drinks, say thank you & good evening/day from going to the Carribean on vacation. functional spanish?hahah 743 days ago