Miriana
Who I am and why I decided to start a blog - PT.3 As it is for the work projects, i make lists and schedules for my hobbies too, and language studies take a big part of this time, even if not as much as i would like or as i need for a faster improvement. Now, with hindsight and being few years older, if I went back in time would i make different choices? Certainly i would devoting more time and energy to the study of foreign languages. But I don't regret the decisions taken, including the non-linguistic-oriented studies. After all, every choice of mine (and even those not mine) have led me to where I am now, for better or for worse. Even if many of my dreams are still such and unfulfilled, there are things in my life that I can't even think to live without and that I would not have if I had made different choices. As for dreams... those don't have an expiration date! I'm getting old and sometimes i get frustrated because my dreams seems so far and impossible to achieve, but i have nothing to lose if i keep on dreaming and you're never too old to start learning something new. So... since I had to start from zero with languages anyway, this time i decided to choose the ones i was interested in, instead of the ones i had to study or considered more useful by others. Unfortunately I don't do languages full time, but this is one of my goals: transform this passion into an income and a reason and oppotunity to move in another country. I decided to start a blog to share with other languages' passionates my interests, strategies and progresses (writing this blog in english is a study-strategy itself to me, so i wanna thank the ITALKI community for the correction of this article). I wanna write about tips and thigs i've learned throught this journey, and why not, if you are studing italian as a self-learner, maybe i can be helpful with some basic lessons.
Nov 1, 2021 1:05 AM
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As with work projects, I also make lists and appointments for my hobbies, and language studies take up a large part of that time, although not as much as I want or need for faster improvement. Looking back and a few years older, would you go back in time and make other decisions? I would certainly spend more time and energy learning foreign languages, but I don't regret the choices made, including linguistic studies. After all, each of my decisions (and even those that are not mine) have led to Now I Am, for better or for worse. Even if many of my dreams stay that way and have not come true, there are things in my life that I cannot even think without and that I would not have if I had made other decisions. As for dreams ... these have no expiration dates! I get old and sometimes frustrated because my dreams seem so distant and unreachable, but I have nothing to lose if I keep dreaming and you are never too old to learn anything new. So ... since I had to start from scratch with the languages ​​anyway, I decided this time to choose the ones that interested me rather than the ones that I needed to learn or others found most useful. Unfortunately, I don't do languages ​​full-time, but this is one of my goals: to turn this passion into an income and a reason and the opportunity to move to another country. I decided to start a blog to share my interests, strategies and progress with those who are passionate about other languages ​​(writing this blog in English is a learning strategy for me so I would like to share with the ITALKI community for the Thank you for correcting this article).I want to write about tips and things I learned during this trip and why not, if you are self-taught Italian, maybe I can help you with some basic lessons.
Nov 1, 2021 11:26 AM
Miriana
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, French, it-it, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Thai
Learning Language
Chinese (Mandarin), English, Japanese, Korean, Thai