Didn’t have much time for studying today.
But at least I’ve learned 3 hiragana characters : やゆよ
Y repasé una gramática y vocabulario.
2 84 hours ago
Week 2 is almost over, it's crazy how fast the time flies.
The teachers were quite clear that this intensive course wouldn't be a vacation but sometimes it's hard to believe 😂
Finland has not only beautiful landscapes but also an intriguing history and culture that doesn't get talked about a lot. We visited Turku Castle today and had a little tour (in Finnish of course!). Turku used to be the old capital of Finland (back then a province of Russia) and the castle itself is 700 years old and survived many kings and queens (though it burned like three times, shit happens.)
I don't only learn about Finnish culture either because there's people from all over the world here - near like Sweden and as far as the US or Siberia. Most of all I'm probably practicing English but that's okay, since I probably haven't physically spoken it extensively in at least half a year and my pronunciation is a bit rusty.
Aside of the trips, I've been trying to get a study routine going. We get so much new vocabulary it's hard to keep up, that will take me longer than this class will last. I also need to get some grammar summaries done (probably on the weekend). My listening comprehension is getting a tiny bit better I think - I'm getting better at picking out phrases I know. I'm really curious how much I'll have learned when I get home.
QOTD: What's your favorite thing to do when visiting a new city/ country?
This is my first ever daily page in my bujo which I drew up because my procrastination has been TERRIBLE during the holidays 😅
Hopefully this will help me stay on track today (+ I'll post updates on my story so I stay accountable 😂). On another note, I started learning how to play the guitar again yesterday. It's been quite a few years since I last played it but I hope to learn how to play some of my fave songs on it. 😁
Q: Do you play an instrument?
🇸🇪Jag är intervjuad om min upplevelse med svenska inlärning på min svenska lärares sida! Kolla gärna på hennes länk 😊
🇬🇧I've been interviewed about my experience with learning Swedish on my Swedish teacher's website at
@swedishmadeeasy . Check it out in her link in bio. 😊
Repaso un vocabulario🇪🇸. Which I knew, but forgot. If you have a chance to learn a foreign language at school, don’t miss it, like I did 🙈
Out-of-the-box language learning activity: Making phrases with words I learned in Portuguese and writing them in calligraphy.
Combine language learning with something you enjoy doing!
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• Which out-of-the-box activities do you do? Inspire me 👇😁 #kamilatekin
Hello 👋 I’m Hena, nice too meet you 💕
▪️I’m just a 17 years old girl from Ukraine, who wants to learn different languages and get to know different cultures 🙈
▪️I graduated from school and in September I’ll start my university journey 🍀
▪️Don’t be afraid to write me, I would like to make friends from other countries and practice some language 🌙.
Omg so today I tried Ticonderoga pencils for the first time.
Dream. Come. True.
They're just so smooth and the rubber is so niceee 😁
Thank you so much for 0.2k! I drew flags for my tracker so that I could be in touch with my language studygram roots ☺👌. Are there any flags I should add? Please don't choose any which are too hard to draw 😂