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Hello everyone! Do you agree with this? 

Anyone here experienced learning Chinese? If so, how hard it is? 

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Really Leo? Lol

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Hi Ramesh! Welcome to our circle! What's your native language in India?

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Hi everyone! What do you think of these learning tips?


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Hi everyone! How's your language learning progression recently?  

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Wow, good to know. 

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Wow! Very informative Jade.  

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Hi Jade! What specific languages are those above words?  

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Kapikas sa kinabuhi. (Cebuano) - Other half  

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Hi Oghenekevwe! Wow, very useful. Thanks for sharing! 

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Interesting!

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Yes I think. But I hope they will saved for cultural preservation.

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Music is great.. For me, it makes learning a language more interesting in an expressive way if I like it's lyrics and rhythm. 

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Learning is important because it helps us to grow.

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Interesting!  

- Toilet in Europe while in US it's bathroom.


https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/top-10-british-us-words-overlapping-dangerously-different-meanings-a8710916.html


https://www.writing-skills.com/ten-differences-between-uk-and-us-english



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Hi Rose! Yes, same here. Lol

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Wow! Very cute... Exceptional...  

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How do you say 'I love you' in your own language? 

Tagalog - Mahal Kita

Cebuano - Gihigugma Tika


What's yours? 


 

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Tapsilog, Longsilog, etc... related to itlog. Itlog means egg... 

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Hi everyone! What makes those specific languages the hardest and easiest one?

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Wow!

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What do you think is the easiest and hardest language you've learn so far? Other than your native..

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When I happened to receive a not effective vacuum cleaner that I thought was effective.  

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To love what you are doing is the key thing for me to learn a specific language effectively.  

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Hi Rose! Your not alone, count me in. lol

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Cebuano = Kuwatro-Sentos

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A student of mine before told me that India has a lot of languages.  

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Hi Oghenekevwe! Goodluck in learning French! French sounds interesting. I'm thinking to learn it soon. 

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Very informative Leo! 

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Wow! Very helpful!

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Hi Carmen! Welcome to our circle!  

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Hamilton, Honduras, Hafrey


Next M

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Get well soon everyone.  

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I would love to have a superpower of being someone who can magically appear to the streets, orphanage centers, etc... to give help to unfortunate kids and homeless people.  

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Hi Vee Perez! Welcome to our circle!  

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Your welcome Leo! 

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1. Both A and B


2. I prefer B, but I think it should be, Kapatid ni Martha ang mga matatangkad na lalaki.

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Mine, if one purposely say yeah instead of simply saying yes...  

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Topic about understanding women is a broad one but very interesting!!!!!!!  

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A happy and prosperous New Year to you all!!!!!!!!! I hope this year will be an awesome one for us all!!!  

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My favorite topics are about greetings, places, foods, travels, etc...  

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Hi Everyone! How's your near year so far?  

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Malipayong pasko ninyong tanan! (Cebuano)



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What's your most memorable Christmas celebration? And why?

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Wow! Beautiful  

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My family members would find it fun having a lechon on the table for Christmas.  

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Sounds cool!  

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Hi SianAnna! Welcome to our circle! Enjoy your stay here.  

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Hi again SGP. Yes, Leo is correct. The underline is for stress while accent mark is for gottal stop.  

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Ok SGP. I just wrote it that way because my computer would not let me use the quotation marks for some reason.  

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'Muchias Gracias' and 'Te Amo' are the two famous phrases that always comes into my mind from my favorite childhood spanish teleserye.  

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Hi SGP! Yes, the underline one is used for long vowels. Yes, your right about the uses of 'sa'. 

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Absolutely! I would not have an interest to learn the specific language if I don't really like/love the culture first. :)

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Hi Ari! Thanks!  

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Hi Derrick! How are you? Looking forward to hear some of your insights!  

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Hi SGP! Interesting words!  

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Nothing wrong with being a left-handed. In fact, I find it beautiful and unique. I think there is something wrong the mindset of the shop owner.  

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Hi SGP! Welcome to our circle!  

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In Cebuano, I love you is;

Gimahal tika - Quite soft way of saying 

Gihigugma tika - Hard one

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Hi Rai! Yes, I'm interested after seeing Ikay's video. But at first, I thought Korean is very complicated to learn.  

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Wow, you can make it Edz! Goodluck! I'm in the 0 step, lol, because I'm not learning another language yet. But I'm considering French soon.  

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Happy mother's day to you all there Ari! I miss my mother, she already passed away. I usually buy her special little gifts. 

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Yes, but it depends on how long we've known each other and on someone's intentions.  

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Wow Leo, I'd like to fight with that angry girl too! Where I can find her??????? hahahah

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Your the only one that....  

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Very interesting!  

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Wow! Higher level words!  

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For me, translation is the written while the interpretation is the oral one. 

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I used to go to restaurant with my mother and younger sis. Afterwards, I'll buy something like jeans/bag/sandal etc. as a simple reward for myself. :)

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Very helpful. But for me, it depends on the learner's ability to adapt the said steps/methods.

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I've recently read that article too. He was so brave by risking his life. But, how I wish he had another option to do it that could probably spare his life.

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Wow na Wow!  

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Interesting! 

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Goodlucky Meifeng. You can do it! Success starts from small beginnings.  

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Wow! Very interesting!  

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Hi Dragonsky! Yeah, it sounds funny, lol . In Tagalog, we have the words siya-siya or sige-sige which means Yes. 

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Conversation phrases for me. It makes me feel that I'm somehow confident to go somewhere else as a tourist if I already familiarized them.

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For me, I would prefer to start with listening first to familiarize with those phrases. Then, I will listen to my favorite songs from time to time. Sounds weird, but it's effective for me.

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https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/workers-of-laloma-in-quezon-city-are-getting-busy-to-cook-news-photo/502857328

Lechon here! From Philippines..

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Ok Leo. I believe you will be too!  

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Wag kang makalimot sa Tagalog Leo! lol  

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Wow! Superb!

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Hi Leo! Why you find it disturbing? lol, hahahah

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Hi Edz! I happened to see that too on facebook. Yes, very unique and interesting way to communicate.

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Yes, I'm familiar with that story and I love that story. It would be amazing if we have a universal language. Who knows someday, and it's English is the closest to be the one.

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Awesome! A very determined woman that have the passion to contribute something in the coming event.  

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Great notes Leo!  

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Writing down with pencil and paper while learning is quite disturbing for me. I prefer hand-out copies or using online. 

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Yes, it's both motivating and useful. But for me, if the learner is very interested in learning the language, he/she naturally can create steps of his/her own to effectively learn the said language even without following the same steps/methods that are being discussed in the video.

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Hi Jess. Yes, I so much agree with you. 

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Your welcome Edz! You can do it! :) 

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Hi Edz! I understand how you feel, been there. Just accept for the moment that you have those uneasy feelings and know that it can only last for a short period of time. Sometimes we must accept our current situation because acceptance is a very essential part of the healing process. Try to divert your attention into doing things that you love. I believe your much stronger compared to what you are battling now!  

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Wow!  

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Most common one is to put round fruits in the table to attract financial abundance. My sister used to do it but not me though.  

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Yes, it's possible. Here's a sample video.


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Hi Oghenekevwe! I think it depends on the level of your interest. If you find that French is more appealing, then probably it's good if you focus on that first for your convenience.

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Yes, why not? If native speaker is passionate to teach about his native language, then it's so possible. But if the learner wants a formal type of class and particular about grammar, he must find a speaker with a degree.  

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Very Interesting! Different looks of beautiful women around the world.  

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