Learning a new language with a partner

Posts25Likes14Joined6/8/2019LocationPH
Native
Tagalog
Learning English, Korean

I find it really easy to learn a new language when you're learning with a partner.


My husband is from a different province in the Philippines and has their own native language.

He speaks to me randomly using their language every day and I find it very educating.

The use of new vocabulary words every day gets me to familiarize and remember more.


It gets even better when you get surrounded by people using a different language.

Listening to conversations and observing their communication can make you adjust.

Even if you cannot understand every word they say, you can follow.

That is why Language Tools is a very educating platform.

You surround yourself with people with different languages.


And maybe that's also a reason why having friends with different nations can teach us more about learning a new language.


So if anyone is interested in making conversations with me and learn Tagalog, I'm very much open. Likewise, it would be awesome to learn a new language from you, too.


Your supermom,

Apple

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Posts1283Likes865Joined18/3/2018LocationBellingham / US
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English
Learning Tagalog
Other Chinese - Mandarin, French, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Thai

Which languages do you and your husband speak?

I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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Posts81Likes54Joined26/9/2019LocationKR
Native
Korean

I would like to help if it's Korean that you want to practice with! :)

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Posts25Likes14Joined6/8/2019LocationPH
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Tagalog
Learning English, Korean

leosmith wrote:
Which languages do you and your husband speak?


My husband's native language is Pangasinense, the native language in Pangasinan.

Your supermom,

Apple

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Posts25Likes14Joined6/8/2019LocationPH
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Tagalog
Learning English, Korean

JaeHong.S wrote:
I would like to help if it's Korean that you want to practice with! :)


Wow! That would be awesome, JaeHong! Would definitely love that.

Your supermom,

Apple

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Posts14Likes8Joined23/3/2021LocationRanchi / IN
Native
Hindi
Learning Finnish, French, German, Hebrew

AppleMae.Soriano wrote:
I find it really easy to learn a new language when you're learning with a partner.
My husband is from a different province in the Philippines and has their own native language.
He speaks to me randomly using their language every day and I find it very educating.
The use of new vocabulary words every day gets me to familiarize and remember more.
It gets even better when you get surrounded by people using a different language.
Listening to conversations and observing their communication can make you adjust.
Even if you cannot understand every word they say, you can follow.
That is why Language Tools is a very educating platform.
You surround yourself with people with different languages.
And maybe that's also a reason why having friends with different nations can teach us more about learning a new language.
So if anyone is interested in making conversations with me and learn Tagalog, I'm very much open. Likewise, it would be awesome to learn a new language from you, too.







Hello There, 



That's great to know that you're trying to learn a language and want a partner. I'm fluent in English, and native with Hindi. If you want to learn together, we can float. Tagalog is in my list, I want to learn it too.

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Posts32Likes19Joined24/3/2021LocationManila / PH
Native
English
Learning Spanish

JaeHong.S wrote:
I would like to help if it's Korean that you want to practice with! :)


This is awesome! I might take your offer. I studied Korean while in the university but did not really use it. 

Faye

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Posts24Likes9Joined25/3/2021LocationSouth Cotabato / PH
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Tagalog
Learning Cebuano, English, German, Japanese, Korean

which language do you and your husband speaking ma'am? 

Is it Bisaya ,Cebuano ?



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Posts32Likes19Joined24/3/2021LocationManila / PH
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English
Learning Spanish

How is Bisaya and Cebuano different? Also, is Bisaya and Waray different from each other? 


Faye

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Posts24Likes9Joined25/3/2021LocationSouth Cotabato / PH
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Tagalog
Learning Cebuano, English, German, Japanese, Korean

Hi Faye for me Bisaya is similar with Cebuano but when we speak Bisaya some words are different in Cebuano .

Example :

 ENGLISH : Are you going to your friends house?

BISAYA : Mag adto ka didto sa balay sa imuhang amega?

CEBUANO: Mu ania ka didtoa sa panimalay saimong amega?

 Some words is different but same points.



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Posts1283Likes865Joined18/3/2018LocationBellingham / US
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English
Learning Tagalog
Other Chinese - Mandarin, French, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Thai

In English, Bisaya is a group of languages spoken in the Visayan Islands. Cebuano, Ilonggo and Waray-waray are all Bisayan languages.

I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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