Posts filed under: Language Learning

A Change of Heart

I knew that the vast majority of my work in Budapest would be English related. English Clubs. English Camps. Building English curriculum. But the biggest surprise for me was my work in the 8th district, teaching English to Roma (often...
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When I Don’t Have the Words

One of the most difficult things about living in a foreign country is the language. When you do not understand the language in its entirety, you do not get the full picture of situations. This is a constant truth of...
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Language as a Key

When I arrived in Hungary seven months ago, I knew that I wanted to learn the language. After studying communications in college, it became apparent to me that language is a key, not only for practically understanding those who speak...
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